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DAWSON Is a randldale for Jailer cf Lincoln Countr. sub ject to tbe action of tbe Democrats party. ;,;v STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1885. nv odk erouTiKo editor J The most exciting game witnessed this season was played on the 8th at the Montgomery grounds between the home team and the Danville bovs. The home team wis victorious. Ilintr occupied the box for the visitors and was batted freely by the home team. In the second Inning the home boys secured five hits oil of him, one of which was a two bagger by Penny, which brought in two scores. Hume pitched for tite home bjys and ns usual did excellent work. A very marked improvement has taken place in the playing of tbe home team. Their base running ia perfect, but they are lamentably deficient in throwing. This can be remedied by paacticeand the management will see to it that it ia done. lnnlogs. Stanford .t 2 6 . 0 8 0 0 0 0 2 8 1 0 0Dauslll... Iluos Karnfd-SUnf- ord I; Dsnvlll 0. Btrutk Hmer I. Wild Fltchs-- By Bellman Hume 2; by HlnerO. rawed Balls-- By NO. 55. F. r jaivrriHT, aonouoNHTJITMAK. 00 1VEB 8TANFORD, K.Y. co South aide Main Street, two doors abov Gas administered Mbftahmi TMeil(iia and Friitay to M3.00 X'JEIt ANNUM Wom paid strictly In advanoe. I( w hav wall any tlmn, S3.no wilt b chanted. W. P. WALTON. MT. SALEM, LINCOLN COUNTY. (J. G. Ltod hil a ry Qoe cow killed by lightning on the morning of the 6th. T. C. Jarpereold to Mrs. Jane Cloyd on the 1th a Hood hugisy hon-- for $150. id nut to be Cam in this eeclloa le e turning out ,o well bi km expected while back. There id cotne alcknem in this section, Hani Moore i' mostly cholera uiorbun. down Tery low with iihoid ferer. lhb Smith and John Carroll have 12 acre of tctjr tine tobacco in this section, two of which they challenge the count to beat. Some leave meaeured 42 inched in lenizth and 21i in breadth. If anr other tobacco ralaer in Lincoln can eurpau tbii we would like to hear trotu hi in. 0 W. H'tle sUrted to Ksumm on the Sth. Mrr. T. C. Jatper haa been on the sick lint for the pant week but is now get ting better. Mi Naomi Jone is now on a fUlt to relative In Jacksonville, Mo. John J, Ester--, Tho. It. Kite, Elijah Col-liand Henry Austin started on the 10th for south western Kansas with their fatal-lie- s. -- 4002000 - 8 4 6 6 7 8 -- T. 0;by Harper 8. Two Bats Hits Stanford, Penny. Double Play- Woman's Faith in Man. Men come bomo utterly discouraged; their best efloris have failed; self esteem has sunk within them until hope is quite extinguished. What ilons a woman do under such circ Just what she ought to do. She revives his waning manhood by praie. She shows him every particle of her own loving recognition of all tbera is in him. She knows him best of any, whose loro has ntv-e- r admitted the existence of his faults, tells him in her own way how good and truly great he is. I le may be neither good nor great except her love and confidence endow him wttn goounes anu greatness, out tte en dowment is genuinr; the- - man arxusfs to find himself the possessor of gifts he hardly imagined, and with a new-bo- rn strength, goes to work in a way that conquers ob stacles, and makes his life a success. Gloomy indeed must the household be where woman's divine faith in man is inoperative; where it fails to infuse and in spire him with the courage that makes him feel himself the peer of other men. Helen Wilmans in the Woman's World. BatUr lilt ed ball. tanlord, Bellman and Struck, 2. Dj Hume 1. Umplre-- P. M. McRob-ert-8 s. Can not Get Kid of Theih Pjieaciier. A well known deacon is responsible for Bellman caught the game without a pass George Dunn did some excellent work at short stop. He played the whole game without an error. Our boys are entitled to the blue string as the champion sluggers of the league. Tne Stanford and Danville team are tied for the second place in the race for the league jchnant. Nelson, Struck aud Mcl.jbrts, the first, sec:nd and third basemen, played a regular professional game Tuesday, The club that takes them for a soft snap will be left. The following cive the standing of tbe several clubs to date: The Stanford have played ten games, won 5, lost 5 and have ( to play; .Somersets, played 13, won I, lost 'J, to play :i; Harrodsburgs, played 12, won :i, lost 9, to play 1; Danville, played 12, won 0, lest (5, to play i; Nicholasvilie,play ed 12, won 10, lost 2, to play 4. The Nicholasville learn will be here Friday and Saturday. Tbe first game will be called at 3.30 o'clock, the second at 0.30 morning. Tbe Nicholasville Saturday boya are by far the best nine in the league and the betgaiueof the season is expected. The indications art that the largest crowd of tbe esason will be in attendance Don't forget the supper to night for the All of the good benefit of the boys, thing of the season kaye been prepared, and the prettiest girlr in the county will bo in attendance to superintend tbe aflair. Come everybody. Miss Fannie Mills, of Sandusky, O., is a young woman who has a positive genius for fret, and posteues the high honor of wearing the largest shoes in the country, Her shoes her number bung twenty-nine- s. have always been made to order, and until recently in her own State, but, now that Mist Fannie is old enough to go into society, her father has had a handsome pair of kid tos manufactured, and the shoemaker who constructed them had them on exhibition in his show window, whero the atgreat attention and elicit many tract The material of of admiration. which are mtde would haye ufllcient to manufacture eight pair of orJinary ladies' shoes. Thcsolesre cork and the shoes are button topi. Tho length from stem to tern ii nineteen inches, and the breadth of the beam ia seven and a half inches. The "waist" of the shoo is 18J inche the instep measurement 19 inchci, anJ the bill nine teen inches. The top of the shoe mear. tires 20J Inches in tircumference The heels are fivoand a half inshei wide and four and a half inchos long. Four chamois skins were used to line the shoes, and they coat Mr. Mills $15, beside the freight to do farmer, Mr. Mills is a well-tand Miss Fannie is a pretty blonde, weighing 1G0 poundii, and of ordinary height. Sm-duslty. ni IN MEMORIAL. r D.rd, on Thu red ay, tjepteiuber 1, 1835, at 3 o'clock r. M., of brain ferer, Lewis Jackson, youngest child of Mr. and Mr. A. J. Haydeo, aged six year and nine months, la the quiet and beautiful city ol tbe dead Duflalo Csmetery U hi new made graft). Yes, cruel death came into the happy home and took from its circle its brightest gem, "Little Jackie," a he was familiarly calltd. He was a child of budding promise and beauty, sweet and win ning ways, and loved br all who knew him. Oa how he will be adly missed in tbe home circle, where be was dearly loved and cheerished! No more will they see his form or face; no more will tuey hear his merry laugh; nevei again will they be hold him in his accuitomed place at the festive board, morn, noon and night No; he has gone from earth forever. The va cant chair is there, but Jackie hai gone. Ahl the choicest lamb in all the flock i lost -t- he fairest tljwer in all tbe field is rone, whose Koine has left a uolden rift upon the shore of memory. Though be has gone, yet will he live in thtlr hearts forever, and many and sweet are the memo ries that cluster arourd their darling boy. After a few more days tbey shall gather him back to their bosims in that eternal land whero the blighting dew of death never falls; where "adieui and farewells are a sound unknown." The place made vacant in thoie bereaved hearts can never be filled with another image. And many are the tens they've shed for him who now "!eer tbe sleep that knowr no waking." Rut, fond parents, why weep ye over the little casket of clay that so lately bore the as it lies old and motionless precious in its serene beaut)? 8j sweet and so lovely is the pile face that it seems the hallow ed en r it "hancs round it still." Hut no. Tli lleth a!ono tlut In the ruts mint rent; The ajul-t- he llfe-t- tie ijlrlt, It li bVsaod-Hupren- ieljr blessed, In home not niade with bands, Maoiloti ol light, home of the angal binds." A brief c millet with Ui'essr- - transferred Jtckio from the home circle which his pretence over gladdened, to the "beau tiful land" leaving aching hearts to mourn his losi. But God called him to Hiui-cl- f, and our loss is his eternal gair; he hai4 vu.o the victory without fi jilting for the hatlli; has gained tut) ciown without haviDg to bear tho crew. Thus was this bud of promise Irins; linteJ to the celesti-n- l gardi-- the following: The weakest point in our Baptist machinery is the lack of some plan for relieving the churches of pastors who re fuse to resign after it ia manifested to all disinterested persons that a change is desirable. A it is now, pastor often hold on simply for the fear that they can get no other place should they resign. All other denomination bave some safety valve just hen-but tbe Biptists bave none. The paitor has to die or there muat be a blowup in order to get rid of him. There is something in that view of the matter. For one to hold on when his work is done hold on just for fear that be could not do a, Tbe Austrian Empire is composed of well for himself if he were to give place to a quite a number of different nationalities, more acceptable minister ia a sad thing. among them Poles, Hungarians, Bohemians It chmond (Va.) Iteligious Herald. and Croats, the characteristics of which are CocnTsmr in Utah. "Well, good portrayed in the following anecdote: night, dearest Georgr; I hope you will Four Austrian soldiers were quartered reach home safely. Can not you call again over night at tbe house of a peasant, In eyening?" "No, dearest. To- tbe morning after they had resumed their morrow evening I go to see Etbelinda." march tbe Pole said: "Comrades, that peasant had a very fine "Well, the evening after?" "Sorry; but that's Angelina's night. It's a fact, dear- watch." "We should hive taken it along with ut," est Aurora, Eyery night in the week is occupied now, and I have three matinrcs to observed the Hungarian. 'I've got the watch," said the Bohemian do besides. But cheer up, dearest, weM 'You did have it, but I've got it now," have a grand wedding some of these days, when I will be able to clasp you all to my remarked the Croat, closing the debate. He heart, never more to separate." Then, had already stolen it from his comrades. Siftings. pressing a fond kiss on his darling's lip the lover takes his departure. Exchange. The other day 200 women called on Maxwell, the murderer of Preller, at St. Louis, Jefferson Davis has been interviewed on who is confined iu jail. They brought for his Mississippi plantation. He made tbe the blood Btaioed Britton, dowers, books announcement that be "had left the war beand dainties of various kinds. We hardly hind him and with it public life." He deknow which to pity tho more, the man who votes his time to literary and philosophic will take the life of his fellow-ma- n, or the pursuits. Sir Waller Scott is his favorite simple women wno nave so little sense as author. "Among poets he regards Byron to make a martyr of such a monster. We the greatest. Moore is the perfection of do not believe in our murderers being petharmony, while Birnes expresses human ted just as Foon as they get behind the bar?. feeling, The three Byron, Moore and It is paying a premium for blood-she- d. Barnes make a complete combination Mtdisonville Times. Bulwer, among modern novelists, ia per"You have misled great opportunities, haps the greatest." He is also a clo.o student of the Bible. Finally, he is an expert Colonel," said a man at a funeral of a friend. "Now.htre is our friend P. died and at euchre. left 1000.000. You and he began life toDanville, Kv., Feb. 27, 1SS2. I think gether. You haven't saved your money I have fully tested the "Famosa Tooth and he did." "Ye," neiented the Colonel, Waih" you sent me, and can recommend it "and there he ia in a coffin, going on a long r a most excellent detergent, and by its journey without a cent in his pocket, while tonic qualities promotive of the health I'm alive and got a $20 note in mine " acd firmness of the gums. Good cleaning The first speaker lost interest in tbe contends to restore and preserve the natural versation. whiteness of teeth, and is really the their The Mount Vernon estate was bought by only fecurlly against decay, ns well nfter public subscription for two hundred and "Famo-Da- " dental operation ai b:forc, and the fifty thomaud dollars. Waihiug'on Post. is po plcisant to una that with tho happy consciousnesa it gives of a clean mouth, Positive Cure for Piles. clean teeth, a pure breath, it may be placed To the people el this county we would uy that among the rare luxuries. Respectfully, we bare been given tbe Agency of Dr. Marcblsl'a Sam'l Ayers, D. D. 8. Prepared only by Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed refunded Internal, External, Famosa Chemiznl Co , Louisville. For eule to cure or money Itching Blind Bleeding or Plies. Price 50c a box. by M. L. Bourne, Stanford. Tor sale by Tenny AMcAUstcr, Druggists. Al-mir- a g, ; Lancaster. propnrty of th laio Col. Drure was appraised Wedrcday Gen Upton and Mire Maggie Mooie obtained nWrlaue lir-p- sTosdy. Wednesday; documents of a similar nature were issued to Tvn Msion and Mi Betlie Benl'v All rt Garrard. Tb ra auainst Mr. W. K I'earcr, charged with nttempvd rape on the person of Mrs Tom Ccil, has, we are glad to fay, been amicably settled by all parties concerned. It wss deeloped that the affair amounted to nothing and as all the parties are closely connected and warm friends tht-did the most sensible thing in settling it peacably. Court Note.-He- nry Clay, colored, who was charged with the killing of John Hunt, a colored youth, on the eve of last last election, was given three years in the penitentiary, the jury returning a verdict Jo that effect Wednesday evening. Gov. Knott remitted tbe $25 fino and ten days Imprisonment against W. C. Montgomery for carrying concealed weapons Miss Mattie Englemsn, of Boyle, ia the guret of Miss Ltizio Huffman. Miss Goodlce has returned from an exten-tende- d visit to Lexington and other points. James K. Crown, of Chicago, is visiting his father here. Miss IUy 1 Lillard, of is tbe guest of her brother, Mr. E. W. Lillard, at Mrs Hemphill's. Eld. Morris Erans and Kev. W. S. Grinstead are at Versailles attending Conference. Mr. John Woodcock haa returned from Danville and Somerset. Col. Wm. McKee Duncan, of Louisville, is attending Circuit Court here. John E. Stormen has returned fiom Rock Castle Springs. Tne ptr-ona- l ntS-10,00- SAM. SI, OWENS (s a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county, ject to tbe action of the Democratic party. sub- theMjora Hotel: Pur Nitrons Oxide quired. when re- DB. W. B. BENMT, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. OOce on Lancaster street, next door to Ihtb-kio- r Journal office. Office hours from 8 to 12 a. m. and 1 to 8 p. M. Anesthetics administered wbeo neceasary. r. English & Classical School Christian College Building, HlmLu Tontlst, IICKTONVILLE, . - - KY. 47-l- The Third anuua' Session will open Wednesday All classea of Building Material for sale at my HKVT. 10, INNS. Course of Instruction premise on tbe Uustonvllleplke. thorough. DuTdopment of tbe mind tbe end to be attained. Terms reasonable. For circulars F. IIEID, Stanford. apply to JOUN BUROIN. MISS II. BUItom. 34 tf. Principals HiTTIIXaySiEJiEt! Small Farm For Sale !'. ! MILLEItSBCIlG FEMALECOLLEGE This popular school ior young ladles will be opened, under entirely new auspices, re- Bttuated 2 miles from Stanford on the Danville pike, containing 43 Acres In a hlh state of cultivation, new dwelling with 4 rooms and kitchen, g springs, Ac. Add ess two 5Mw 1. JKl ll'SOX, Stanford. never-fallin- SEPTEMBER 9th, Hot. O. 1885. ICE 19-- tf 2 ICE 2 ICE I I will deliver Ice to regular customers In Stanford and vicinity every morning at Popo, of AuguBta, Ga., aa Prosldont, XXD ONE CENT PER POUND Account due at the close ot each month, or when customer quits. Mrs. S. G. Trueheart as Lady Principal, Jt. E. JDAItROir. Aided by one of the moat Competent and Experienced larultles in the State. Parents may rest of tbo most thorouEh tralnlm? ot their daugbtera in all that pertains to mind, manners and tnoralt. It committed to our care. For catalogues containing information as to terms, Ac, addresa REV. C. POPE. Mlllerabnrg, Ky. Or MRS. 8. C. TRUEHEART, Stanford, Ky. AT Masoiiheimer's Restaurant Orrosrrs -Codbt-Hous- k DANVILLE, Meals are served -- KENTUCKY", Stanford Female College, 8TANFOBD, IfSc. ALEX.S.PAXTON.A.B.Pres. The next seas 'on of this n always on hand and In lta season, oyster fresh flsh, and similar delicacies served In all styles and on short notice. Lookout for the sign "Woodbine Restaurant" and call when you are hungry. F. IF. MANOSllElUEIt Jb CO., Danville, Ky. at all hours. Game PIANOS, ORGANS, MUSIC, tic We are agents for the old and reliable John Church Co., of Cincinnati, Ohio, for the sale of Pianos. Organs, Automatic Musical Instruments and lnstutlon will Musical Merchandise In Lincoln and Garrard begin on counties, Kentucky. Monthly PtiumentH paid for. Tint bent MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1885. received untilwm. KnabeA Co., Htttiulatul Uazelton Bros., Decker A Bon, Everett and New England Pianos, Tha President asalsted by either upright or rquate. In Organs, the follown makers: Clough A Warren, Jchn A Corps of Efficient Instructors, ing Church A Co. and the Sterling, with tha patent Clitmc Jlclln Attachment. Will endeavor to give careful training and thorThe 1'elcnteon, an Automatic Musical Inough Instruction to the punila committed to hla strument, toe most perfect In the world. charge. Terms rcasonale. Send for circular. Illustrated catalogues sent free to all who apply, also the Wat references from those who bave bought and tried any of the above musical instruTESTIMONIALS: ments. Address us at titanford, Ky. From J. J. White, Professor of Greek N. Jt. fc L. COOK. Wasui.noton A Lkk University. Lexinoton. Va.. Jul v 15. 18S2. Mr. Alex. S. Paxton graduated at thta titu- tlon In 1SG1. Has been engaged in teaching alnce the war. and being capable and consclentloua. ha been very successful In bis profession. FromJTkmes A. Walker, recently Liout. Governor of Virginia, NmvDEarr, Vjl., June 20, 1872. affords me pleasure to bear testimony to the It & qualiScattona and efficiency of Mr. Alex. S. Pax-to- n as a teacher. Uls discipline is kind, but firm and good. -- THE GREAT- From the Rev. J. Rice Bowman, D. D.J Harrisonburg, Va., July 4, ISS2. I take pleasure in testifying to Mr. Alex. 8. literary attalnmenta, bis teal In his profession, bis facility In Imparting instruction and bis conscientious regard lor the moral as well as the Intellectual development of the youth comTO TtlK mitted to his care. From S. P. Hall, Bee. Board of Trustees Bolivar maker: 37-l- J. -- L.&N. Louisville NashvilR, R. THROUGH TRUNK LINE Academy. Female Academy. Ilia general that of a refined. Christian gentleman. In the school room be proved himself a ripe scholar, a thorough and efficient instructor and a good (47) Madisonville, Tkxk., April 1, Prof. Alex. S. Paxtoa tasgbt in Bolivar 1879. SOUTH & WEST WITH Mala A deportment was Pullman Palace Sleepers. LuillHVlllO SALE at public auction 0FJT0GK 7 As Executors of James Crow, dee'd, we will, at bis late residence, four miles Northwest of titan-lor- d, on the Stanford A Shelby City pike, ecll to Nashville, Memphis' Atlanta, On Tuesday, Soptombor 22, 1885, The following property, tr Montconiery. Utile Hock, Mobile aud Ren Orleans. Four broke Mules. 1 Mule, 1 yearling Mule, t large yoke of Cattle, 1 yearling Steer. 1 vearling Heifer, 3 Calves, 2 very fine thoroughOnly one change to oInts 1 n bred Cows, 1 thoroughbred Bull Calf, t aged Jennet, 1 Jack Colt, 1 Jack 3 years old In September, over IS hands high and one of tbe best In the State for his age; about 12 head of hogs, 100 gallons of very 11ns Blackberry Wine, about 4 ycara old, 20 barrels of old corn,S0busbelsofold wheat, 130 barrels of new corn In the field, 8 stacks of bay, several thousand bundles of oats, a lot of bacon and lard, together wlthallotthe farming Implements, consisting of plows, harrows, 1 wheat drill, 1 mower, 3 farm wagons, among Seeking boius on the Hue of this road will receive wagon, nearly new, 1 spring special rates. them 1 wagon, 1 hay rake, 1 buggy and harness, wagou and plow gear, and various other articles too KirSee Agents of th'simpjay lor rates, routes numerous to mention. Ac, or write Terms reasonable and trade known on day ot rale. C. P. ATMORE, J P. AT. A., Louisville, Ky. O.J. A' V.Ji.CItOlIT, Item., Stcaford, Ky. Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS tw.o-hor- 49-t- Aked . i to bloom and expind through all bnd produced, he eaid: thollcon, a Teuiale Remedy, to euro Femalo this country OneThinci He Can't I'ndeustanp. such as Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and eternity. Sweet, consoling thought to the paid a "Diniel Webster had the biggest brain, the Ulceration, railing and Displacement or bearing thing I csn't understand," bereaved parents, that on the golden shore One Clay was the down foiling, Irregularities, Barrenness, Change ot Aa Administrator of J. H. Bruce, dee'd., I will "is how quick a graudtst ictellAl; Henry young husband otlVr tor sale at bis late residence in (Jar-rathe.T mr again elup their angel boy. g county. 3 miles from Lancasyoung womnn can forget some things. A greatest orator, and Calhoun thu greatest Llfe,I.eucborrbon,b9sIdesinany weakncistssprlng-In"There In the laud of the blest, above, like Headache, Bloating, Spifrom the ter, on Dlx River on year ajn, when I was courting mv wife, I legtc'an. Calhoun was a perfectly pure man; nal Weaknrsi, Sleeplessness, Nervous Debility, Whore lb? spirit of Jackie has down, They way lay all thler .arrows to reit, and she was ready he was without spot or blemish. But, take Palpitation of the Heart, Ac. Tor snlo by Drug- THURSDAY, SEPT. 17, 18S5, had only to say music, down the other, in A ml claim litmlorcver tholr own. him up.one Dr. TrlccsSl and tl SO All cf the ti knock a spivicoJ old piano her father all, Andrew side and was incomparablyall tho gists. Marchl)!, Ullca, N. per bottle. Send to free. ol Light, The beautiful City Jackson Y., for pamphlet, J. B. owned clear ofi Its legs but, now that Bhe Uatcsol pearl nnd lu crystal stream, For sale by Penny A McAllster, Druggists. X'llOrJSItTV kecw. He was my has a SGOO artificial I bought her with a greatest man I ever la their angel boy's homo Jay and night, On tbe Farm on which he resldnd at tbe time I never sav one like him.'" Bucklen's Arnica Salvo. Where bo'a waiting anJ watching for them." contribution taken among the Blaine boys ideal, of bis death, consisting In part as follows.' Maouik E. A Friend, THE BEST SALVU In tbe world for Cuts, last fall, I can't get her to play the simA short time ago ft rat got into the Bruises, Sores, Ulcsrs, Salt Rheum, Ferer Sores, 51 1533. cattle. Crab Orcharl, Ky., Sept., plest tune. She's 'so out of practice, and cape of a canary belonging to a Buffalo wo- Tetter, Chapped Hand, Chilblains, Corns and all 31 head of extra Yearling 8tcetk. It Cows and Heifers, mostly thoroughbred. An Item ron Denthth. There ia noth- can't remember a note.' She remembers man and Killed the bird. The woman re- Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no 3 thoroughbred Bull Calves. ing new under tho sun, and not even the all the fool thinvB I used to say to her, and turned in time to trap the rat in the cage, pay required. It lsguaraatosi to give perfect sat 1 Holfer Calf, thoroughbrol. ifactlon, or money relUDdcd. Price 25 per icrn inventor of artificial teeth can claim throws tbem at mo pat enough when 1 and kept it there six days without food or box. For sale by Peony A McAllster. cents mo 1 Bull, very fine animal. 9 splendid Work Mules. tho honor of having been tho first to Blip- doa't happ in to agree with her views of drink, till it died of starvation. To fur An Answer Wanted. 20 pure bred Short-woSheep, Bucks and Ewes. ply gap toithrd humanity with tho subtlest life, but when it comes to remembering the ther satisfy her vengeance she would at 1 thoroughbred Colt, by Harry O'Fallon. Cad any ono bring us o case of Kidney cr Liver knives This haa recently accompli dimenta that brought out the com- time prod the rat with a red hot knitting-needlof mastication 1 extra nice Yearling Colt, by Barney Wllkc. Complaint that Electric Bitters will not speedily been proven by Indian antiquarians, who pliment-), she can't he depeuded on. What 1 thoroughbred Mare. She aNo tortured it by giving it cue? Wo say they can not, aa thousands ot cases court1 family Horse. hare discovered falaa teeth in a human n pity it is that young people can't go some vitriol iu a spoon and a red pepper already permanently curtd and who are 'dally 10 Hogs. skull whlci has been excavated in an an- ing always, renting satixGetl with tho assur pill. It is nlo rtltiud thtU when it died recommending Electric Bitters, will prove Brlght's Disease, Diabetes, WeaV Back or any uribushels Seed Wheat. cient E rusoin cemetery with many other anca that their respective parents were mar- sho cried became she could no longer pun nary complaint quietly cured. They purify tbo 320 bushels of Barley. 73 curiosities at present Hifely stowed away at ried." blood, rcgulato the bowels and act directly oc the Lot of old Corn. ish it. diseased parts. Every bottle guaranteed, For sale 43 Acres ol growing Corn, the museum of antiquities at Corneto in It is said that the annual consumption in Ken- at ICc n bottlo by Pinny A McAllster. is a necessity A whipping-pos- t 10 stack of Hay. Tuscany. Tho aepulcher out of which the of genuino ivory is that pioddtod by C5.000 Legislature will estab2 Hacks cf Oats: was taken datei according to experts, elephants, At this rate of consumption tucky, and the next akull An Enterprising, Reliable House. Household and Kitchen Furniture lish it if the proas will do its duty. It from tho fifth or eixth century B. C, nnd the nupply will hardly bo long maintained. Wagons and Farming Implements in great variPenny A McAllster cat always bo relied upon would save the lives of many convic's who net only to carry In stock tbe testof everything, ety and of tbo verv best Including one new the false teeth are nothing but animal at Hinder, 2 good Wagons, 1 Cart, Harrow, Amcrlcnn hangmen now import thtir die of dtseare in our over crowded but to secure tho Agency of such articles as bave Sulky Plnwa, Double Shovels, Drills, Mowers, tanned to the human tPCth by meant) of Wagon someIt would deter from crime a well known merit and ere popular with the peo- Rock Tools. Saws, Wagon Beds, Rockaway, 2 Bun-- T3t. James' G zette. ropes from England in order to get h in all gold platen. and Plow dear, Ac, Ac. sustslnlng tbe reputation ol being al- gles and Harness, thing which will look well and at the ame large class for whom the penitentiary lias ple, thereby Tkomi For all sums of tiO and under, cash; ways enterprising and ever reliable. Hnvlog to. over that amnunt, tjur months' credit. Bonds who time not chafo the nick. Woodford Sun. An intelligent lady asked a rculptcr no terrors. Pr. King' with approved securl'y required, bosrlng interest cured the Agsncy for the was about to completes the figure of a lamb: New nUcovery lor Consumption, will sell It on a at tbe rate of 8 percent, per auuum, payabld to BufJaloi aro now brrd at O iodiiht, K9 , An enterprising Vestern physician ad- positive Euaruntpe, It wilt surely cure any and the Administrator. "Did you cut out tint animai?" "O.t, urf,". Sale to brgln t a a. st and buffalo cilvis nell at $50 a head, where vertise: "I will pay hnlt of the funeral every aficctlon of Throat, Lungs and Chest, and to er further particular, call on or address J. F. said the arliit, "the hmb has been here onward expenses in caoes where I am not euccew show our confidence, we Invite you tn call aud get Roblnsou, on tli premises, postollice Lancuter, the marble from oncu thu earth showk beueath the Atlmt'., Ky. J. I.. Ml WE, Danville, Ky. all the time; I only took a Trial Bottle Fre. full" tramp of 10,000 hoofr. T. D. English, Auc. around him." DIs-raw1 by a Louisvillo 'lima' reprctenta-liv- e who he thought wan the greatest man Daughters, Wives and Mothers. Wo emphatically guarantee Dr. Marcblsl'a Ca PUBLIC SALE THE CEMI-VVEEICIi- Y- Stock. Crop, &c. rd to-d- ay, PERSONAL Two-yar.o- Interior Journal ! BTANl'OHI), KY. W- - P. "WALTON. Pro'r. Trlday at the DOI-IYU tbret-year-o- ld Is published every Tuesday, low price of TWO PEW TEAR. -- e. JOB 7VQ3?ILJZL JV ALL I LASfllS- - Noatly and Cheaply Ksecuted. peniten-IteDttarlc- All Sorts o hurts and many sorts of ails of man and beast need a cooling lotion. Mustang Liniment. (51-'J- t) - l The Western Union Telegraph Co., Thb Loulstille lima touches a popular chord when it say: Beform of the j'iry has already made $1,450,000 net this year. The prohibitionists of New York nomsystem of Kentucky should be the study of "Praise the Lord. God is Love and Noof the Legislature. Un- inated II. Clay Ba8comb, of Troy, for Govevery member-elec- t thing Else." -- DEALER Uf- is often ernor. September 11, 1885 der the present system intelligence Stanford, Ky., The end of the municipal fiscal year v jiry-bjand the professional barred the Himlwarc, Homo Shoes, Groceries, Saddles, (August 31) closed with a balance of $170,-14- 9 "PjioerrcT Point," Landoor, N. India, juror is abroad in the land. We had betIron, Nails, Quccuswarc, litiRgy Whips, Aug. 1st, 1885. in the Louisville treasury. W. P. WALTON. ter juriea when no psy wa- - allowed them Bngfry Wheels, Stores, Cano Mills. The summer and with HanicM. Dun Interior. Flannelley, the Lexington editor who for service. Perhaps it would be well Spoltcs, Grntcs, Older Mills, Lap Cover, was threshed by a bully, has sued him for it our needful imprisonment in the hills is compenKims, MnRrHY wa briggiog io Danville this enough to continue the ptr diem Stouowarc, Corn Shelters, Collars, would have fast wearing away. We are already sniffing $0,000. The use of a shot-guwith Knott, sation, but a man should not be excluded week about how tolid he waa the air of freedom to go where we like in been more appropriate. Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plowi, Wooden Johnston and olher, whom he character from service because of opinion unless the Walker W. Lan Irani has resigned his the dear LORD'S work. The rains have and prejudice. Gait Fnmpi, and the Celebrated May-fielized as the nicent fellow living. The mutu- opinion be tinctured with bias or been exceptionally pleasant. No continu Elevator. Tia Roofmore place as Chief Deputy in Col. Bronston's aocietv The pettifogger studies ing and Guttering; will have prompt attention. al admiration tettne to have been a ous downpours for days together. We are there are office at Richmond and the whole office MetHnneVt of recent growth, for on the 29ih of June, than he does Blackatone, and reaping the result of the frsgmenta of the rtaiemen i jotlnJtrlgMt a force Is now democratic News. Common18S3, Murphy published this edltorily in lawyers, so called, all over the Mr. Mulligan, the widow of Csl. "ralnr season" that came out of time in nefarihis paper: "The Frankfort Yeoman, our wealth who make a specialty of this The. A. Mulligan, killed during the war the early spring, tbls vesr. diswere ancient fneman, is nothing if not vituper ous practice. If a few shjsters THE NEW GHOOEHY AXI 1TAKDWARE HOUSE OF Oar "Troupe" li not complete this week, at Lexington, Mo., has been appointed Union men, Northern men and all barred matters would be improved. ative)to Pension Agent at Chicago, vice Miss Ada Will having gone down to the tea plantaIt has not drawn a loyal JosErn Poltizek, editor of the New Sweet, republicans. tions in the Dehra Dhoon, on a visit to a years. And a an York Wodd. and a member of the next breath for' twenty-twThe American Bell Telephone Comp friend, who invited him to spend some days organ it grinds out doleful dirges without Congress, announces that "ho will accept ny has commenced a suit in the United with him at bis tea estate, He writes that "No- States Court at Louisville agalnt the Over he is hiving a delightful time. He is only the slightest regard lor its neighbor's feel no favors from the Administration." ingt!" In the same issue in response to an body asked you, sir, she said." What an land Telephone Companies at Lsxlngton about 20 miles away in the valley. Wo t, article in the Courier Journil intimating ass is this spider-leggeon a and Richmond. are .11 well and happy. Praise the LORD. Wo.iUkl.Jly ,k your tttcttlon to the f.ct that Uie, bare Jmt retumeJ Irom the elite with alius it was a condescension for Kaott to that Got. Hoadley has Issued a proclama toady and' man-o- f convenience for I received, in a-- late Eogliah mail, the fr.'h and well selected itotk of CHOICE meet Morrow in debate hd ask?: "Why is 8tllon Hutchlngs. Ten years ago he tlon calling for assistance for the suflVren-b- following from a very dear friend, who is on it a condeacenjion for a man who, in Tuesdays cyclone, which destroyed a skeptical to the core, without wishing to be would fly at Ilutching's command to sumof eyery principle of decsney and mon a carrlago for hia muter, and, like million of dollars worth of propsrty and A commoner cse, tban those who think In cdle.. aarlety, dainty in quality .n J Mll.hctory In tbl. wo su.rantce. Our aim shall b honor, ai a representative of the great any other toady, obsequiously open and left hundreds of people homeless nil skeptics "dishonest nod hypocritical' at all llwoa to tupil j erory want la our line. testimony in close American people, concealed of may be inclined to admit. I used to think The Sheriff has arrested twenty-tw- o door for hire. Now he sneers at i's order to destroy the character of one of our his superiors and refuses to recognize the tho supposed leaders of the Rock Springs so myself. I am sure now I was misUken greatest public men, to meet Col. Morrow, President of the United Stales. Great is (Wyoming) massacre of Chinese, including and uncharitable in the thought. The Consists of the Standard Ilrsndiot Europo and America. Our l.rC line of Cooklug Hiotm lnclad Why is it a who is a gentlemet? Isaiah Whitehouse, a member elect of the man who ignores the aching, almost break theju.tty eel.trateJ -- Great Wt.tern KeserT." and many other fa.nllr 0,lte.. Our the cheek and Pulitzer is its prophet. China OIm. and Queemw.ro stock rouil.t. In part of Table, Tea and Chamber Set. complete, who stole his nominafor a man Legislature. More arreats will follow. Th ing heart, that are thickly scattered among Louisville Times. ni.Mwara rlchlr eat and etched. In th way of Breaditutl. we Dime lluckwheat Flour, the queen ol all tribe. Our Ml, tion for governor to meet a gallant soldier, charges against the prisoners are murder modern "sceptics," is doing a brutal wrong brated Patent -- M. Klour, urlralleJ forrak. and past,,, white lllce and Hominy, our' O. borsen, Johnston, Knott The would-bown Paul-oti- c an able statesman and an honest man?" and arson, rioting and robbery. The last to many, who, perhaps, in a coming day, product., arrayed (.faithful adjunct!. All tho delicacies In Foreign and Dowcilc Confection, and Blackburn must chew the cud of dis one of them should be hung. , Was Gov. Knott only returning good for will stand higher in the scale than himself. are here. Tin, Stone, Wooden and Wlllowware, Electric Lamps, Stationery. Canned Meat, and Frnlu Their special friend ana evil when he teleeranhed the Secretary of appointment. It seema that we were wrongly inform- The LOVE that "hopeth all thlngo" is and a complete line of Cigar, and Tobaccos. Well, this Is only a hint of what we hate, Bell.Tln. protege, Murphy, has been tired and Ctpt. ed in saying, a few days ago, that the imth.t we can make It to your Interest, we confidently ask an elimination of our good, and your patron- "My compliments, and the Treasury: what we want in this hard age of Rtspectlully, W. E. Gruhbs, a capable architect and a TA llOK MlllOTItKHH. please retain Cspt. Murphy at Frankfort." mediate friends of the Hon. Thomas L. Well, this dear friend, gentleman, will hereafter superintend the Jones had said he would not be a ctndidate wants to know what to do with the-- e briat TnE Ytoman is forced to admit that Frankfort building. It is sad for the clique Murphy's papsr contained a but it can't be cured and consequently for Governor. He has authorized no one ling question, some of which I transcribe. "every issue of to make such a statement. Whether he I need not go through the whole. The batch cf stereotyped slanders against the must be endured. The same set backed will be a candidate or not time will devel- substance of all, Is a cry of the heart, for a democratic party, the Southern people, and Thompson for all it was worth and got op. Covington Commonwealth. God whom one can draw near and worship in the late campaign especially, against the left and now we may expect to hear them What the democracy of Kentucky without terror and dread; and yet the true President, but we howl Indeed. But the regency had better go democratic candidate for But needs ia a plan of recognizing the State God of "nature" and "revelation." doubt if it ever influenced a vote or accom- slow, & day of terrible reckoning for them DIAIXSJ IN- Central Committee bo that its members here is a fragment of his letter: plished anything more than a Federal ap- is coming on apace. will be representatives of the people. At "There are certain points in the scheme Drugs, Books, Stationery and pointment for its editor, CspU D. A, Mur. Blackburn's protest against "Djrham present the committee select) members to of redemption which msn do not dwell up it didn't influence a phy." Grant that Fancy Articles. being the only counsel submitted for the fill all vacancies, and thus forms a most on; but which in my mind are most imporvote. The will was there all the same and information of the department" scsma to powerful ring, against which the people tant. They are quite ready to fathom the Phjilclaos' prescriptions accurately compotiDdrl. the foul creature is a pretty specimen for Also that Damocratic State Cen- have been of no avail. Judge Durham, have no defense, and which is fast disrupt- mystery. of God's anger, and to fiod in ?! the chairman of the ,. . Lexington Transcript. backed by the honest democracy of the ing the party. us saennce. unco an explanation oi tral Committee to endorse, and plead for For large women, Cave City pita her- they make the examination, however, they State, can beat the "Roaring Wind of the his retention in office. Col. Johnston should and his cohorts every time and self against any placa poscsing an equal come across one very serious stumbling The Largest Stock resign his offici at once. A Judas Iscariotjis of Watches, Olocka, give them two in the game. And it is well number of inhabitants, in the State. Re block which must be dealt with. Either by Jewelry and Silverware not the proper individual to direct the af. siding in that place, and neighborhood im- removing or vaulting it. That stumbling fairj of the democratic party in Kentucky. for honest government that it is so. bought mediately around it, are seventeen women block is a two-fol- d character of God (an Erer Lowest. to this market Prlcy Lower tban the Current ia not doomed to Wauhe.. Clocks and Jew.Irr lle- whose aggregate weight foots up three "unchangable" God.) is Love, palred on shoit notice and Wamntal. The Lexington lrantcript contains this The Caicago If God and will die, although its editor, Mr. E. L. Wake-ma- thousand five hundred and thirty-thre- e rank and treasonable utterance, then He can not be hatred. If he is good has shut himself up in a Wisconsin pounds. thereby, no doubt, incur the lasting enmity The mot of these ladies are mar- then ha cannot be evil. And if He is for monastary. His name has been taken ofl ried to small men. May kind Providence giving He cun not also be an avenger. The of the Blackburn crowd "Judge Durham and Meesrs. G. C. Matthews and John Glasgow point is too absurd to need argument and is as much an honor to Kentucky at is have mercy on the husbands. announce that it will be issued Times. Senator Blackburn, and is as highly esteem yet men will go further and say that God weekly, wihout missing a single number. teemed as any Kentuckian. Indeed, if we Himself to Himself. Last year Brother Walton, of the Inte redeems man from dooms men to ever were going to draw a parallel between The proudest man over the Murphy reThat In Hia ancer He Messrs. Durham and Blackburn we should moval ia Judge Charles E. Kincaid, who rior Journal, was chief of an excursion lasting death and beforehand provides a AND say that to Kentucky Judge Durham is deserves great credit for the part ho took party composed of young ladies. On their substitute for them in the person of Him return, to express their gratitude for the .the most valuable man of the two. We in the matter as the Louisville lima' Fiu-nit.ii- i ? self to appeate His own wrath, la tills regret tofee any exhibition of hostility or Washington correspondent. But he has se- old man's untiring courtesies, they present aigumnt, it must never bj forgotten that r. me A Full nml complete nimorinieiit or jealousy bstween our public meu. It can cured the lasting hatred of "3 tod," "Josie," ed btm witn an elegant omce-cnaiia God, one and the same "I and Fnrnltnro, ciiitirncliiic jt. Times noted this fact and suggested that Jcsns crytliliiR iron, tho Chciiiciit to tlio Fluent Parlor do them no good in the eyes of Kentuck-ian- s, "Proc," "Billy," etc. ure one." Nnlte. Ne the next excursion party headed by him my Father and we trust if there is any ill feeling And eo on. You see it is the old story iicm to ko to tho lurKc cities to mnko your piirchnxcN, uo matter should give him a desk to match the chair. Collector Hunter Wood, of the to Judge on the part of Senator Blackburn difficulty, which must be met what quantity r quality you want, hm I can ami ulII duplicate district, has made a clean sweep A week or two since he conducted a party and the old any prlccH you can obtain clHewlicrc, irclKht being Durham, he will have the good tfite and some way. If it ia "pooh pooh'd" atldeil. A Lee of Lincoln county's incomparable beauties in of his office and left not a tingle republifull nftMorlmciia ol CoIIIim, C'ivch. ShroutlH ami Kobcn, consideration to conceal it." these men will perish in their unbelief. It a cmbrae. can to tell the tale. Lst the other Collec- through Mammoth Cave. Returning to The Covington Commonucalth says. "It tors follow suit as soon as possible, if not his work he found a splendid new desk in La common to say that "they will deserve ..,.,....,. . .... t V i j.niiin V, ' . "it',,cilI .HmI expensive. IVaro roeau a.nuif iiuivi, CTiniiiisri( ivy. judgment! 1 hope is a hasty judgment which demands a re front of the chair and the 'lima' suggestion it." What a heartless ooner. I am writing for those who want them the act creating the Board of Equal-intiopeal of an accomplished fict. But for a wholeaved rather; and will put themselves out It has already done good work in Col Johnston is out in a to some dread of the consequences the Dext explain equalizing assessments a thing most ur article in which he endeavors of the way to eve them, when they are article suggested by us for the old man gently demanded in this State and when uut of the Murphy recommendation bus would bo a piece of household furniture met. Diar reader, what answer would you these explanation- coming to you with these it 'fully gets the hang of the shop' will no iness but it ia one of for which he has never yit reemed to have give to one such, With competent thatdo not explain. Col. Johnston must eoul trouble? It may be a practical point doubt do still better." any ure But we will let that pass. - Lou with you any dav. men in office the law would no doubt be a go. isville Times. ot tne good one, but a majarity of the present It is suggested that since Murphy has The information contained above is cor I nave tried io go over part English ground in ' God's Love Story members, including the one from our die been thrown out of a job, that Col. Stod rect so far aa it goes, bit how the Times thougats on the trict, don't know any more than the asses dard Johnston shall give him a position on of it is a mystery to uh. The desk edition but some further of a "Good God and bad general eutjct, sor if as much. the Yeoman. Make him was sent to our office and it was the hand my jadgment alone ( the democracy of this section hid somest and completestone we ever saw, but divii" which in CURRENT EVENTS. If HOTES OF throws light upon i") I send herewith. This known when Krott was a candidate for the we thought too much of our dear friend A pistol toter staid injs.il at Richmtnd thoughtful people. I officj he now holds, he would have used the to accept it. Thanks old bald head for may ba helpful to seven months for the fun. the other morning after my influence of that office to retain in place a making no farther suggestions. We have wrote them out Rev. Charles W. Price, a Presbyterian sworn off from receiving presents. walk and I believe the thoughts are God disgusting and dirty republican against a him-Bil- f given, or you may be sure 1 would not send deserving democrat, they would clergyman of Cherokee, Kan , hanged clever and The mountain plateau on which Monti-cel- lo them. They touch one department of the Sunday. have voted for Col. Morrow, for they know is situated is described in Ihomaa general mystery that shrouds "Redemption" The examining trial of Kaehn, the him to be an honest man, who does not Louisville wife murderer, resul'ed in his Jefferson's own' words, in a letter old and tosoms mind: viz, that of preach the dectrinea of one party and act brown, which says: "After much Miming "God made manifest in the ilsl ; the those of the other. Gov. Knott would do being held for trial without bail. Dr. J. E. Roberts and wife, an aged in many lands I found and pitched my tent Word male flesh." himself credit by resigning. couple of Lexington, were instantly killed in what I believe to be oco of the fairest Denying none of the blessel leso3B, Senator Blackburn wrote to Secretaty while crossing the C & O track near town spots on earth. This tent, which is strong "commonly bjlieved amjng us" concerning Manning: "I believe that Judge Durham J. W. Simpson, of North Middleton, enough to keep out wind and water, is set the"mstery of godilne.'s" and rejoicing in alone waa pressing the removal of Murphy was found deid in a hotel at Covington, in the midst of a lofty mountain plateau. all the manifold combination of grace that and the appointment of Mr. Grubbs, and I with a half emptied box of morphine by Looking around, I find myself, to all seem can be extracted from the glorious fact, desire to protest againBt hia being the only his side. ing in a world of my own, walled around there is back of them all, another sign'.fica counsel submitted for tho information of silvery distances with tlon, The city of Louiayille has filed suit in the that Is commonly overlooked, while Tain I desire to do with againt David Ferguson, late Tax Collector, the department. mountain ranges of surpass- the heart dwells with comujendable rapture tyeij sentiment of respect for you, but for $125,000, alleging that he embezzled ing grandeur, rising one above another, on the sweet lessons of "substitution," and with all proper earnestness." This exhibi- that sum. until, apparently, the limits of the world 'brotherhood" that fill the very words. tion of boyish jealousy ia aa mean as it ia Bills will be introduced at the coming are reached." I mean the hiding of the glory in the disgusting session of Congress for the admission of DaThe Indian Summer belongs to New disguise of an earthly covering so that it George W. Childs states that Gen. kota, Washington and New Mexico Terri- England. It is a Great American Myth needed true spiritual Insight to discsver di Grant conceded the rightful election of tories as States It was supposed by the Puritans that Prov- vinlty in the concealing drapery of humani The Washington correspondents have idence gave about a week of warm, pleasant ty. "Verily thou art a God who hldest Mr. Tilden, and promoted the Electoral Commission becnuse he anpposed it would organ lieu lor me purpose oi puoiisblng a weather in the latter part of November to Thyself." This waa the living word. insure the triumph of justice and the in weekly newspaper, to which eaoh member the Indians that they might make pre- "Flesh and blood" could not reveal the auguration of Mr. Tilden. This seems will contribute. parations for winter. . Sometimes there Is a hidden glory:-O- nly the "Father in heaMat M. Gay, who skipped from Bour- spell of warm weather about that time, but ven." He the character alone, we may rather in the nature of news since at the time the fraud was perpetrated it was said bon county and left about $10,000 in debts more often there Is not, and, like the super- infer from the Savior's wcrJs could tell that Grnnt w.m githcring the troops at behind, has oflerel to settle with his credit stition of the equinoctial storm, which men the difference between the "Son of Washington ta inaugurate Hiyes at all ors at fifty cents on the dollar. comes anywhere within a month of the Man" and the "Christ, the 8 jn of the liv-in- g At Coney 'Island, the horse Revenge equinox, the Indian Summer is any spell hazards. Gjd." I must know God not as a The President is back in Washington fell and broke his neck. Toe jockey, Ford, of warm weather bstween Oct. 1 and Dec. 1 Creator, but as Fa'ber or Christ's person relooking and feeling bstter for his stay in was crushed beneath the feet of the horse In the villiage of Slate Hill, Orange mains a mystery. CONTINUED NEXT IS3UE the mountain-- . I', ia said that be wis Inrd following and was picked np dead. A terrible cyclone swept over Wash- county, N. Y., is a Haptlst church which at work in his affile two hours after his re A mob visited the jail at Murfreesbjro, C. II , O , Tuesday by which 100 was built in 1783. It is very primitive in turn and that he is going right io now to ington style, and in the gallery has a pew which Ark., Sunday nirbt, for the purpose of exhouses were wrecked, eighteen lives lost. turn the rascals out in short order. and a total damage of at least $GOO,000 in- was made exclusively for dives belonging ecuting the two Polk bays, convicted for to members of the congregation, which once murder, aud being unablo to gain admis ex. flicted. A New York paper enthuslastly numbered five hundred. The church is a sion to the prison, set it on fire, destroying claims: Bitter times are coming, and busSo far as heard from not n dollar has by many the lives of the prisoners, ha. well as the iness men and b inkers say the outlook is been received by the Western Union for the great curiosity now, and is N. Y. Tribune. bright and encouraging. Let everybody Grant fund since placards announcing that strangers. building. The victims had bud several feel good and hopeful. This country is subscriptions would be d were dislately killed by light trials, all resulting in conviction. The Slate Five horses were Supreme Court recently granted them an bound to prosper and go ahead. played. ning in a singular minner at Camilla, N. Burglars drilled a in tho postof-ficesif- o Y. They stood with their necks over a other trial. Now that a month with an "r" has ar-- It took five strocg men to attach a bill at Ltwrencsburii and filled it with wire fence, when suddenly the lightning rived it may interest the lovers of the toothnod chain to Lizzie Bankn, an Ovtnsboro some bivalve to know that the oyster in powder, but the explosion failed to open struck the fence at h dinnnce of 1,000 feet wench, mid then Abe stood nil day in tne dustry of the United States employs 62,805 the aife and the report bridging P, M. Wil from the horses. The current traversed hot un without food or drink, stubbornly , liams to the ecsne, the rsfcats fill;-- ! to get the wire, and went to ground through the refusing to raise the hammer from the stone valperson, and yeilda 22,195,370 bushels, the $700 it held. ued at $(J30,43S,W2. pile. horses. x, n d jury-fixing GEO. O. BARNES. W. H. HIGGINS, ti " " o TAYLOR BROS. HUSTONVILLB, ttTST. FAMILY GROCERIES k flat-boa- y vie-lati- OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY conde-ecensio- n e uochari-tablejjJgmen- t. , wmwm& WMl mm PHARMACISTS, -- JEWELERS. Blue-Grass- " n, Be 11. UHDERTAKER, Iealei in a Hop-kinsvill- e n. -- PLEASE DON'T FORGET ld editor-in-chie- f. ing cloud-cappe- vi-it- ei rec-ive- is always complete, And thai we guarantee Lowest Prices, style and finish considered. Also, that we still handle the celebrated Wagons, "Old Hickory" and Mitchell. Big line of Farming Implements, Grain Drills, Turning" Plows, both riding and walking, And all of which we guarantee at Lowest prices. BRIGHT & CURRiiig-- That we carry the Largest Stock of Groceries, Hardware and Queensware in the city; That we are Millers' Agents and wholesale depot for Flour and Meal; That our stock of Pleasure Vehicles, including everything from a Hoard Cart to a Barouche, r 2u Semi-fflHttklu MI'S Kate Breckinridge, a well known in of stock in the First society lady of Louisville, wa married this Stanford, Ky September 11, 1885 National Btnk of Stanford cold Tuesday at week to Harry 0. Bishop. -- Mr. II. H. Cook and Mies Llllie, $120 daughter of C. II Baker, were married Those indebted to me will uleiie call on LOCAL TIME CARD. Wednesday night at the Methodist cburcb, Mrs. Reuben Williams and settle, as 1 am at all train ielB( North M.................M. m r. m. in much need of the money. Mrs. M. V. Highland, by Rer A. C. Gentle. .1 so r. u. Bouth a ...... Yesterdar at Mr. James F. Trimble's . Ka?f at strain" Houtb II ii 05 A. M. ....... 21IU.II, Tabler. " Horn....... Mr. Milton J. Murphy, a widower, wa. Tit Kb tan iird Female Uol lege will open married to Mies Laura Trimble and at Mr. Thaajove U calculated on standard tim, Solar Monday without a doubt, President Pazton Allen Scarbrough'e, his daughter, Mis time ti about 20 minute faster having telegraphed tbat he will arrive to Sarah E, was united to Mr. Fontaine T LOCAL NOTICSS. day, We understand that at least CO pu- Singleton, also a widower. Buy your ochool booki from Penny A pils will enter on the first day. It was all a joke abjut Bro. Ltslt's Interior JoniW Ten Sbaree of Farmer National Bank Stock for tale. Apply at the Btnk. MARRIAGES. Fivr more eharea Lift. i Owens & Gilbert will snip Krfy a car load of as nice ynuog thorough bred cattle as ever left the Bute. They go to Charles county, lows, aod cost an average of $35 Lewis Rout, of Marki-bury- , has purchased In the laet week or two from parties in Ibis and Lincoln counties, 250 stock hogo, at prices tanging from 3 to 4c. He la feeding 350 and will purchase 500 before shipping. W. L Withers bought of Dr. Steele Biiley, one registered Jersey cow for $05. She gives three gallons a day. Laccaster'News. H. C. MEItCIIAM TAILOR. I have received and RUPLEY, itlll receiving Id tbe mtrk-t, NEW GOODS FOK FALL & WINTER Comprising tbe belt which will be OANHLLE. BOYLE COUNTY. MoAliiter. marriage. We thought at the time we And CoMPLrre itook of school book A Good Thing Allen, Owens ACj., of Stnilev sells the dies pest and best coil. read the announcement that an editor school supplies at McRoWta & StaKg'ii. McKinney, are agents for Kn'ey'n improve' Office corner 3 1 and Green street. Watch ra and Jewelry repaired on nhorl went on soap, a compound which reduces would hare more seme than to rush so The Danville and Harrodsburg Base ootloe ami warranted by Penny A McAlia-U- r. headlong into matrimony. It is a dangsr-o- us th labor of washing and save a great deal Ball clubs willplny at tbe latter place tobusiness e7en after you thiok you Boy the Hats Hoc Itemed?, the oriel of soap, and are prepared to e family or morrow nal nnd only genuine, from Peony & Mc Al- county rights. Mr J. II Allen was here knot, tbe woman well. Tbe telephone rffice is now on Third ls tr. getting out the necessary RELIGIOUS, to Dincgby' printstreet, up stairs, t (tock of jewelry, latent WedotsJay A COMPl.rrK ing office. tyle. Ilockfonl walrlie a specialty. Pen- blanks for a large trade W. A. Gibson closed n two weeks, Eld. Friday Is the last day for brlngirg ny A McAltrter. Lower Main street has undergone a meeting at Turncrsville this week with siii's for the next term of the Bjyle CirKajimeiw, Head This. Go to Dr. M. widthirteen addition. L. Bourne's druir store and Ret one pickauu wonderful improvement. It has been cuit Court. There are slx'y appearances Bishop Wilson is presiding over the of Sam A. Clark1 Hog Remedy. If you ened to 50 fet and nearly the whole of it fur DEAL.K118 I are not vattxtled after iiKlnc It ynur money paved from Mrs. Hale' to the Presbyter! conference in session at Versailles, notwith- ton ThefriendsolC.pt W E. Grubbs at DniRH, Willi Paper, W I nes. will be refunded. tfuHlcal an church. The change has been pretty se- standing the repnts tbat he whs too ill to Ohcuiicnlfl, UOOKN, Liquor Junction City, tired fTabiut 50 anvils in IiiMlrueiiiuutA. vere on some of the property holdera but do so. 1'nlntH, Stationery, ttfcurn. of hi triumph over Murphy, Col. PERSONAL Pocket improved appearance of their premises Eld C, K. Marshall closed bin meeting honor OilH, Soups, loimccos Culler Stoddard Johnston and Cjmpany. Lumps, Perfumery, MishSueGknthy, of H yle, ii vllt-iu- R counterbilancea tbat consideration. at Bsztey creek church, in Mason county, Fire Anns, Machln Philip Mason was to have been tried Aeedlcfj. Miss Helen Thurmond last week, titb 10 additions Richmond Our Jewelry, Silverware aud Ujitlcnl Goods Tiicomtnon school trustee of this Dis Tuesday morning in tbe Police Court for Chanre of Miw Fannie flitEEN ami MIm Ani.ie Herald. Thos. Richards, who will Repair .Vatclics and Clocks promptly! and n the CoL trlct have fixed 0:t. 1 as tho day to hold selling tonics, but when the case ws called Stewards James A. Harris and 8. P. have returned from Louisville. an election by the qualified white votetson Philip was not present, but had flown to Miimeh IlATTir. Owhi.ky and Minnie Stagg tell us we were incorrect in our state foreign shores. the of taxing the property of the Duncan have gone to Millendiur College to Rev F. S. Pollitt's sal ment in - It wss announced here by telegrsm district 20 cent on the $100 worth and on Mil. and Mil. C E Oextiiy. of Parary. They siy the church paid him $30 from Washington Wtdneeday morning that esch voter $1 per year for three years to is, are visiting the family of It. II. Gentry more than it agrerd to instead of being bemoney to buy a lot and build a it had been definitely settled that Cipt. W. hind. Mr. T. F. Spink, of New Orleans, has raise w fdicol house. Such a building a greatly to succeed D, A. Murphy Sister E T. Houk, of Davton, O., E. Grubbs our thanks for late papers of the Crescent needed here and one should be erected, but writes to object as Sup't of that public building at Frankto our putting "Geo. O. City. it strikti us that the call U a little too Barnes" in such larg letters at the head fort Juixik W F. 0v!.ey ami daughter, Hon. Cha. Ofljtt. of Bourbon, Speaker heavy. of his letter! and the name of tbe Lord in of the last Kentucky House of Rspreieo passed en rout Miss Lelia, of Hurk-vil'Owi.vii to tbe derangemtnt The exception is not tatives and candidate for the same position of mails such small ones. tj Lancaster yesterday. y Mu. Mukimiy aod MIm Naunerle sioce the Cincinnati Southern changed its well taken, dear sister. We are not advertia in the next Legieleture, was in town DEALER I- S- . Ctmpbell have returned from Rock Castle time for spite, Sherifl Menefce did not re- ing the fact that there is a Lord, but that evening He visited Mr. D C. ceive the requisition for Roberts, who "George O. Barnea" is a correspondent of May, Boyle county's representative elec', Spring, and yesterdiy they went to where Mire Naunerle will enter killed Benedict, till yesterday, although it this paper nnd the heading is the best to a', his home in the West Eod Wednesdty was mailed Monday. He started at once draw attention to the fact. morning. Mr. James B Dunlip, recently Daughters' College. for his man, but those who captured him at Rsv. II. C Morrison has done a noble at the head of a flourishing school at DanWhen the Stanford beat the ville Tuesday, pretty little Mis Adah Fel- Peabody, Ka , will hardly ever realixa on work this summer. During the I.nt 100 Bloomtlild, has resigned tbat position atd Tho advertise- days be has traveled more than a thousand will in a few day go to Ojoah-- , where he lows exclaimed In the exuberance of her the $300 reward offered. delight: ''1 wish I hd a voice like a steam ment was never signed even by the men miles, preached 100 timee and received 215 will engage in the practice of law. He is confessions. He says that though labori- now here with his brother, Dr. Fayette calinpe, so I co'ild show the Stanford boy who had it inserted. ous, the time has been the most pleasant Dunlap. Mrs. Sillie Spear-- -, wife of Beri. how glad I am." Writing from Rock Castle Spring! Manand useful of his life and he feels stronger Speais, who ha bjen dangerously ill f.r O. II WkiiB, who ued to have a case ager F J. Campbell says: The past sumin thUofthe, in now editor of the DeSoto mer has been quite a successful one in all and better than when he left Nashville. several days, ws thought to be a little Spring (Fla ) dinner and writes ui that be respect. Health of people perfect and His meeting at Wilmore closed Sunday better this mc ruing. Mr James C. N l night with 104 additions, 11 confessing on I building a cottage on the lot purchasha struct it rich in a Und contentment and happiness of attendants Charles wai a. 'bustler" when he was here especially universal. The average stay of tbe la't night. The meeting waa of great ed by him from J, W Yerke on Lexirg-to- n street. Mr. W. S Holman, of Athens, and we are glad to knjw of his good luck. guests was 23 days for etch arrival, a rec- benefit to the community. All denominaand there was a general Ga., is here hjying a large number if tions Mis) Mary Mykri left Tuesday to ord which no exclusively summer resort In Southern horses. C1. Tnos. McRoberta eater the ficulty of Millenb'irg Female the country has ever reached, and until revival of religion. A revival broke up in Prince George and daughter, Miss Mamie, huve returned Djrintr her Uy here she has College. some place is opened with equal attracmade many warm friinJs who regret her tions, never will. Many subitanliil im- county, Va , under peculiar circumstance from Charles City, Iowa. Mrs G. B. departure and who will ever feel a deep provement will be added by next season, and such as do no credit to the civilization Woodcock (formerly Mips Nannie Jett) is Mrs Ruth She l a capital and in a few more years I hope to intro- of tbat section. The Sacrament of tbe very ill with puerperal fever. IN ADDITION TO GROCERIES AND 1'ROVIiIONS, HE KEEPS interest in her welfare. Lord's Supper was to be celebrated that McFerran is dangerous'y ill with organic woman and we commer.d her to tho people duce to the public the perfection of a sumday acd the basket containing the bread was disesie of the liver and stomach. Mrs Dr of her new home. mer house, for all who can come well rec deposited in the pulpit. While the minJ M. Hallowar, of Louisville, who ha Mm Brock, who ws Miss Lula Clay ommendeJ' ister was preaching away, a dog belong- bevn visiting her e'utrr, Mrr. If. E. Samuel, Higher, and who made nn enviable reputa AccORDiNfi to the Gla-golimes, Mr. ing to one of the member got to munching went to Simeree'. Wednetday to spend a tion a' an elocution!!, was here Tuesday to Z.mmerman has been there and in a speech the bread aud he gave him a kick, when few days with relatives inthat place. secure a poiticu in the Female College to teach that pleasing art and will likely suc- "stated positively that the line of the C. A the owner of the canine became very in Curative Qcalities cf Salt. The cudedignant. His sou walked up to the pulpit ceed. In addition she would like to teach N. from Scottville, north, had not been rative qualities of common salt are not as on an outside class and if any of our young termined on, and also gave the assurance and talked pretty severely to the preacher, well understood a they should be It ladle and gentlemen desire to tike lessons that before it was located he would submit who responded to.it if he did not like what can be rjpldly reduced by a solua proposition looking to its building some he had don- - he could make the most of it tion of salt; for week ai.d die:ieed mem we can honstly reeiuimend Mrs. Brock where through Btrren. It is needles! to A general fijht seemed likely to ensue, deserventirely ompetenl and peciliirly brine locU applications of sill and water say that his showing Is much more favora- when another of the preacher aro-- e and ing. as magic, la casei of sore throat, aire -- Coi. W. O. Wr.Wtl treattd the fallow- - ble than the repeatedly published assertion cloeed tbe meeting, which was to have act eyes, or catarrhal aflectiens, simple salt aud ing gentlemen to a dinner at Crab Orchnrd that the road had been located, and con- been protracted several days, saying ilnt it water as a gurgle cr douche is a more tffi Spring', Wednesday night. II S. Withers, tracted for to Stanford." The people of waabet since the devil had got into tie cacious app:ication. The chief virtue f Cal.T. P. Hill, J. M Phillips, It. C. War-re- this section are exceedingly tired of tbi dog, the people and the preicher. mineral water ia salt, wti.ch forms a ecu and Col. Stm M. appirent monkey business and will feel reP. M. Mcltobert sliturut either in large or umall pr. porLAND, STOCK AND CROP BurJi'tt which all agree was a very ele- lieved when the location is made one way tion in (ho spring rtcommended for heal one. Col. Howard, who is a prince orjtheother. gant Wasted 2 000 bushels of seed oats. ing. The unmistakable benefits derived of caterer", took his French cook into Mi'cii excitement was created in town Bright A Curran. from B'a air and eea la hing are produced his confidence and such a dinner as they Wednesday afternoon by a team of mulis A few nice Berkshire, boar ehoata for from the great strengtnening medium -" toge'her cot up could not ha beaten at dashing down Main street with a wagon in sale. J Bright, Stanford. conmonsth. A goblet tf well iced sit Wine was freely served and which sat Mr. Ben Hollzclaw. In coming DelmonicoV. W. II. Bmleeon b. light of J. C. Ea aod wa'er is no' a disajresab'e bsvrng' the two hours consumed in consuming the down a hill some of the timbers ran up kanks 12 head 207 pound hogs at 1 cents. before breakfast, and is highly beneficial as good things were intensely ecpyed by all, Lou'sville merchants have raiud $5, an aperient. -- f New i'ork Town Topics. a?aicat the mules and they started oil at especially the old fellows, who tor tho full speed. Mr. H. maintained his seat 279 for the big tobacco parade to occur on nonce were as young and gaily as the and managed the ribbons so as to "keep the 17th. EVf ADVKRTlSEME.VTf,. youngest. H. J. Hodgkin bought on Saturday them in the middle of the road" and passed scrub steer LOCAL HATTERS. without striking any of the numerous ve- evening 17 head of 2 year-olalong the stree'. They were finally weighing 011 Ibi. at 2fr cents. rWinchee'er hicles Fall lot of Zigler Brother' boD a and headed In by some workmen and stopped. Sun. Liter-tfrom fluitonvllle Farm on The Cincinnati quotations are for mulea Tbe in Lincoln the roiJ Ky., I mile from to nhoei lust received at S. II. Shanks'. iluiton-tlllcounty, Mr. H. did not seem much excited after hia , $150 to $175; 15 to 15, ii by Mrs. Pbcebo Ulaln, formerly occupied " 15J to 10 hand-JtVfj Acres of The question of connecting Rowland and John Gilpin ride and expressed much re bands, $125 to $150; 11 to 15 hands, $90 to dee'd, containing about watered, on both rnliuble Land, well ilJci of Stanford with street cars i aijain being ag- gret that he had been slopped as he wanted $125 road, with comfortable lmproTe-rncnt- i. the turnpike Any one deilrous of owning a Tamable to run the team till it dropped from shear itated. Scoggan BroV, of Louisville, bought home Vlll do well to see this land. Any perton He his more nervo than moBt 19 mules at Elizibethtown for which they wanting to purchase will call on R. B. Tucker, fifty thous exhaustion. Brick. -- Two hundred and who will ihow the K rm and give price and termi, paid $135 to $200 each. The carload cost or addret T. A. Blaln, ritowers postofflre. Simpson for sale by men. and, hard aod - -- .ii county, Ky. T. A IILAIX, AgetH. " Henry Baugbman. Killld Deputy U.S. Marshal W. A 52.S70. ForSal. A lot of splendid aged Oyster supper to night for the benefit of Arnold returned yesterday from a raid in work mules and common horses. Call on from him we learned the and the Bice Bill Club by the young ladlei ot the mountains J. S. I ofler for isle, rrlratt-ly- , an following: Lot, With a posse he was in pur- John H. Miller, S'anforJ, Ky. Stanford, at S 8. Myera'. " Hughes. lying oppoiltc my residence on Danville street, suit of a negro for some violation of the Mill! George Becker bought 50 fat cattle of and adjoining tbe property of J. W. Alcorn. The Tin: last ball of the season will occur at revenue laws. He followed hia man as and has a land Is fertile, well Mt In Crab Orchard Springs tonight and on he supposed for many milea and finally Brlce Steel at $5 10, and CO of Walker Buck, beautiful building site. V. 8A L'FLEY. MonJay next the exceedingly pleasant and reached a ahanty in Lee county, Va. They ner, al same price. Average 1,500 lbs. 5Mt Paria Eentuckian. profitable reason will end fairly ent red and saw a negro Bitting at a table The total amount of beef consumed 4LO agents for tbe Danville with a pistol lying on it. Mr. Arnold ad We are now vanced towards him and reached for the annually in tbe United average about 159 OP A STLKSDID Plaining Mills, with full Block of ceiling, pistol, which the negro grabbed at tbe same pounds to each inhabitant, while in Engflooring, weather boarding, laths, doore and ! i time and was in the act of shooting Mr. A. land the average h but 101 pounds. gash, blinds, Ac. Jlrlsht & Curran. In Louisville good cattle sell readily, in the head when Will Stringer, ono of the By virtue of a judgment of the Lincoln Circuit W. E Giiunns, whom Stoddard John-ato- pos e from Pttsburg, shot him in the tem- but common qualities continue to drag. October Term, 1881, in the Court, rendered at against Mur- ple, killing him instantly. It then turned Prices run from 2 to 5; hogs are ictive at case of W. W. Hays Its others agslnst AlmaJIayi, described in hia protest and on Hands; Trado is Dull and Thoy Must So Sold. Special Commissioner In said case sell to Too ilany Goods phy's removal, as "an unknown man from out that the negro was George Beatie aud 3J for ahoats to 4 for best packers. Sheep I will as b'dleron hlgheit tie WEAKEN, Manufacturers' Ak'cut. GEO. that he waa the one for whom a reward of sell at 1 to 31 and lamb 21 to 4 35. an objeure village," Is one of the most Fifteen million horees are now owned SATURDAY, SEPT. 10, 1885, is an ex- $500 waa offered for the murder of a white men in this country. He perienced builder and will not bo a figure man in Gecria. The story ia tbat he engaged in America, and more than 1,000,000 ayear On tbepremltej, the fine Blue Grass Farm be- loading to the children of W. II. liars, no head at Frankfort like Murphy was. in a game of cards with the man, who won must be bred to keep up the supply. The deed., containing of these are used for agriover a hundred dollars from him, all he had, largest portion In tho suit of Joseph Beoge, a OF and that afterwards he induced the man to cultural and heavy draught purposes, and 236 baatard child of the late Sam HI Pocket Books, lio you Intend tending ycur chili to school Hand Mirrors, barns and There Is a larg", new dwelllng-hnushim shave him, when he cut his head off, such horses bring from $175 to $240 each. let Flavoring Extracts, outbuildings on said Farm, Violin Strings, alt, beforo ihe Garrard Circuit Court, in with the rezor aa he lay back in the chair. Five hundred stallions are now annually all necessary fruit, nice vard and eardtu. an orch-r- ,i Ilourne keeps all kinds ol School Cooks, Inks, PaThe farm nCdict Sponger, Artists' Materials, French Harpa, which n. judgment wu obtained for S3,700 Gaining possession of hia money, he Aid Imported from France to the United States u wMl watered and fenced and aliocetber one of pers, Fens, Copy nooks, Tablets, Fads, Dye Stufls, Thermemeters, the most desirable pi ces In Kentucky. Said land Slates, Pencils. the reputed father, the judge allow-e- d and was ajainst lamps, Cnfecttors, A lot of Clark county cattle was sold Is situated on the Stanford and Hustonvllle pike, Do you want to marry? Us then, and get your teen at Junction City, then at miles from Stanford. Tho sale will be made Hill & Alcorn nnd Welch & Saulley Vases, Varnlihei, where an attempt to arreU him in New York Monday at 50 17 which ia IK a credit ol 6, li aud IS months; bonds with Face Fewdcrs, Perlumes, Cacheus, Soaps, Crushes on Dolls, l'slnli, to tho Special Com- and Combs from riouroe. $1,800 for their fee. They took the caae on caused him to run off There was no trial equal to about $517 at home .The out- approved secuiity, payable ? Get Spleen. Oils, Po you want to pleaie your mother-In-Umissioner, learlngB per cent, iuterest trim date contingency nnd claimed S2 000. a wr um and as the act was committed in look ia not very encourageing. Dick Steel udiii pain ana a lien reiaiueu uu of S. ringer And 1,101 other articles, at her a pair of Le.Maro's Cvlcbratcd Keck Crystal t payment, the .Spectacles and paint her house, with mixed Faints. A fecial Commlsiionvr, Saw and Stave Mill Mr. A. C. Sine another State it is not likely there will be. aod Roger Jones, Jr , have Ilourne has them. George Tebba farm for one year at $5 50 DR. BOIUIXE'S passed to CinciniiHtl WcdnenUy, whither Are you sick? Have 'you Headache, Eaekacbe, At the same lime and place I will, as agent for A subscriber aiks an exchange "When per acre for 172 acre. Win, McKinney for a saw he went to buy the machinery Bourne keeps all kinhs of Medicines. highest bdder ficache? Mrs. Kale Ilays, tell to the mill and Btavo machlno, which Mr. J. Ot ia the best time to marry?" Mr. Enpcejue, eold to John Sweeney 17 head of 1,400 lb Fmcmber, Bourne will give a nice present to Land, Acres of Tina Blue-Gratlioflnt 2xd lookluj girl whoiepeats the follow-l- n tenheimer has decided to put up at once at who has been married and divorced, siys cattle at 5 cents per lb. Thomas Tucker Thirty Ruch a ceremony is ou aold last week to John A. Judy a or load Adjoining atd formerly a part of the alov trast the Crab Orchard depot. A gra t deid of tbe beet time for a STANFORD, KY. loth Feather Dusters, Patent Medicines, Norrietnwn Her- of plain fat cattle at 5 cent per lb. f Win- nt laud; Ml IriuU to ba ild tcntatbtr, mating and the eatabliMh-men- t the 31st ol February. SaU timber in handy there Farm of SPllEII), Agent. tjliavlng Materials, Opposite Myera House. Toilet Articles. ald. chester Democrat. wi 1 no doubt be a paying one. Gotton Up in Stylo and Mako Sooond to Nono in City or Country. Give Mc n Trial. K,TJFiL.E-5rr- . - n- a. M'ROBERTS, & STAGG, Stanford, Opera House Block, &j, c j, que-itio- THIS CHEAP GBOOEB. p. T. R. WALTON, Wd-nesda- Har-rodibu- rg 2 5 ch-o- H spjc-jlatlo- And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line Yon May Call For. Tin-- , Glass- - w and Qneensware, bacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, To- lUm-mati- Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. School Supplies: Baskets, Bags, Slates, Pencils, Pens and Holders, Ink, &c. d y, e, m Rlue-dra- Corner Main and Somerset Sts is the best place to buy. well-burne- (53-0- t) WHOLESALE PRICES ! Over 40 Buggies, Carriages, rc Illus-Qra- u J. COIYIR.'S SALE Over Phaetons, Surreys And Spring Wagons, and farm Wngoiisbo many other Goods to PRICES. Stocli Itn-ix- RETAILED AT WHOLESALE n I. "The Bourne from which Traveler Returns Sick." (even-year-ol- d ACRES LAND! e, w iu-h- 68-t- d ss NEW DRUG STORE, "K ' m But, as matters stood, he remarked: Hating opened up a lumber ysnl In the rrarof of the dress kaskstt for search. ''You can go on shore at Trieste, and thonco Iotl'dr for iilouir Karin of 12) Acroi, midway lierv, we nro uow 'No, no; not that one, please, 1 beg of Lack to Venico, if you like." between Turnersvllle sod McKlnney. It Is In y yotu Mr. Trezlro, don't lot them oponthat," ..ri "That would bo a droadful waste of timo." good condition, well Improved, bus brick bouse Prepared to Tarnish nny klndlof Lumber Apply to or n.l all tho necessary outbuildings. hastily interposed Mrs. Line. "Well, it would; but I hardly know what address in at McKlaneT. Ky. Bi quick I" crloi tbo official, waxing else to suggest." In the rough. Posts of all kinds, Shingles cut, IK. A, awed ami abaTtJ. Also Agents for the Danvllla fierce. "Your koy, or your baggage shall "Oh, Mr. Trezlro, do help uii" said tho H 1'iaalng Mills. bo seizod. Take carol" dlstrestod matron, in woeful accent, MilltKngltsh Magazine. A cunttAX.u This would not have suited Trczlre -- t alL ' lcent following suit. FARM Tbero was no inoro promising young r "My dear madam, you really must glvo "I will do my lxsU But I can really In hor majesty's service than Cyril "Why do promlv) nothing. Ycu must wait till we o Toiler for talo rrlratelr uxj ram., lylnjc liumo Ho ym smart, clever, nnd ambitious In," said the ixsrplexed soldier. nt Trioste." dlfttelTon the lke ltwMn MlllalgeTllle aud just tbo qualtttos host ralculatol to bring you object to tholr opening that particular nf fir ANIJ MJMlir.n YARD, Trezlro hopod to find there a reply from us.tifAhi nsniiinind i I'ifin .itipsiii itiVmI- itfttA ofa sold lor to the front if only In got bis box! I suppose tbcro is something llablo to U i.t 11,1 '"tho commander of tbo dispatch boat. If It tit... ilU'Uli jwsaui4 anil imlldlDgs Inin" goou repair; On top of the Knobs, clone hy J. Carter's Oroctry chanco. Dut luck to far bad boen against duty. What is itl Cigars!' cuItlYatlon; fntis "Mr. Trozlro, how can you I I'vo lost my wero favorab'o, tbo rest woulk bo easy. Trczlre, anJ hopo deferred was rapidly Store. SJOAcrii In grass; 50 Acres In corn. Kent pays cent nnd taxes. Adorns roe at Huiion A telographic message was brought on orr 8 mnking this spirited young follow quite koys." WllEKLVM, FOOTU IK. UEATllfiltFOKMK By this timo tho cnrblnoor had callod up board directly the stenmer got into tho har Tllle.Ky. heartsick. He was bojlnntng to think that For all klndsof general Lumber. Shlngloa, bor. Trczlre managed to rocelvo it without be bad hotter tiko up same otlnr liua of lifo, his chief and two assistants, bullderinml others can not nud n better market to "Thoy must bo dotiluod, and tho whole of being observed. Ho road it privately, and whoro bis effort! would be miva appreciated, suit theiuselres. Our motto la "Good Material their bnggago tenrched," (aid tbo chtof. for nn hour or two said nothing inoro to tho before it was toj lati to climb tin la ldor. lor Itrainuable Uatca." i'ostofflco addrcta, Halls trust, slrP urgol Lauos. Ho went on shore, in fact, and kept "You will not do Gap, Ky But just when ho was nearest despair the "Wo iiro most anxious to go on. I out of tholr way, returning, just boforo tho A Dosirablo larm Containing about 100 Trezlro. clouds broke Aorea of Good Lands Tbo occasion aroso so mo half years am an English officer; I appeal to you as u , steamer again started, with an open tolo- gram in his hand. Nearly all ln'cultlTatlon, situated on the Btanfbrd ago, just when an additional and irroiistlble comrade." road, about 3 miles "Wo havo our duty to perforin, tlgnor; "It is alt right, I'm happy to say; though and Lancas'er turnpike IniproTeJ. Will be from motive incited him to got on. Ho had met sold Ky. Well his fa to In tho person of a certain Milllcent you must, therefore, pardon us," replloi tbo you will havo to go on to l'atras, as origin-- . Lancaster, Any one In need ot such a Farm can Dressed Pine Flooring, Oeillng, Weather prliately. "Your keys, or ally intendod." rotter on the Lane, tho only child of an old lady who official, clvlly but sternly. (tettbe particulars by talllnnon J. Boards, Finishing Lumber, Qreen Mr.. Lano'i faco fell. place or addressing the undersigned at (illtxrti likod to bs colled Mr;. Coppinger-Lan- e a the boxes mint bo broken open." Lumber in the Bough, including Dr. lltiatr' HutVltbtrrr Cardial I, lh.,r.l S.iUira Trezlro produced his bunch, and gave "But there wo shall And a government Creek.JLlncoln county. Ky. composite namo, manufactured, so to speak, ' IIOI.TZVLA rtratl; r.rtilDr lllarrhira,ltalrr7, t'raai-l'all- a tal JOIIX Jh lor K. II. smith's II . Laths and Shingles., himself up for lost. wa,tlng for us one of tho dispatch stoamcr by the now deceased Lane pere, who hoped Heirs. all bo.l tSMtlsai, aal ttiurli, Ui, IliilaoM .ff.tlt iMt a Agent But help came when least expected. A i botts. Sec, hero is tho telegram from Cnpt, thus to givo social brilliaucy to a fortune our customers In 8tn-for- d drftlaftit ape. Ut r.t.m fMn Ut tffma f ftiTitaa. F.r FortheconTenWncoof ale Ijj all druraUU at 60 ! a balllr. and gentleman suddenly hit him familiarly on j Rattlln. H. N.: rather recently acquired in bone-luand Tlclnlty we hare arranged with tVro. tho back, crying: "My doar Trexiro! I'm "Tiiezihe, Thiestk:: Will call for you PERSONALTY. to keep nnhla yards an nrtiflcial inanuros. It. H'ciiitii where they can gt It assortment Tnslnr'aChrrokrr Itrmrilr ofSwrrt (Ion as cheap as wrongJ'' at Patras, and take you on. of our Lumber, Rattlin'." Milllcent Lane was very charming. A delighted to seo you. What is for nml .llullrln n III cum Cough. Croup and Ho will also maka front us fl a bolllc It Is quite marvolous tho power you I will offer for sale to the highest bidder, on uiy any billsdirect. hand,, which we willestimates pretty, pleasing girl, with a well-breir, Then, beforo our friend could reply, the fill on short not on Iloth for tale by Dr. M. L. IKIUHNE, Stanford. on pre allies near lluitonsllle, thanks to bur education at a first rata newcomor had exchanged a rapid colloquy wield V remarked Mrs. Lano, with astonish.1' J A VIH notice. I'.V in Italian with the custom hou?o officer. Uiy, Ky. ment. "You can control the movomeuts of SATURDAY, SEPT. 20th, 1885, school. Her mother, a worthy and "Altrol" said that official "If they are and oven the British consuls old soul, did not win on one so All ol uiy portonal property, consisting In part as quickly; sho was too anxious to let every- friends of yours, Signor Consul, of course, aro at your beck and call." tollowi: Tbo rest of tho voyage was made by Troone know of hor country placs, of her bouse they shall pass." head ol Cattle. 8 head of Horses, 23 Twenty-tw- o At first Trezlro was at & loss to under- zlro uuder vorv pleasant conditions. Ho bush-el- s in Birkeley square, of her carriages and bead of Hogs, 10 had of Sheep, about 200 horses, and of tho fabulous prices she paid stand how he escaped. This friendly Inter- j was still a little anxious about his charge, heat, S 1 Acres of Corn and loJJfr 'ptne of Held, about 20 tons of Hay, 1 Wool Combined for her own and Millicont's gorns. vention came from on absoluto stranger, but bo now bad the terrible portmanteau, r, Itcaper and Mower, I Albion Sder and tultl-tato-in bis own priEven this ostentation might have been notwithstanding tbo claims advanced to nc as srell as the droislng-bag- , agon, ono g)) louisvuu MtwMT Chicaco Rt ;a- Wagon, 1 bprlng e 1 Coni, vate cabin, and could ceo that thoy wero forgiven had it not gone baud in baud quaintance. But the address, "Signor Iluggy and Harness, and othsr harming turnl- - Through Coaohoa and Pullman sul," gavo Trezlro tho key to the mystery. not lntsrferjd with, and, besides, he was at also tuy Household and Kitchen with a tendency to msannoM. Sir. was always determined to have The British government would not hesitate last the acknowledged and accepted suitor Stooping Cars tUtTKRVs.-Allnof 110 and under, cash; mi nor money's worth, her "penny wortti," at to disavow bim, if bis enterprlso failed, but of Mlllicont Linn Front over that amount, a credit of three months; Cnotes they were clearly watching him at every i Tbo British admiral, when tho despatch-- . wlthapproTcd security nqulred. bearing per sho called it, and in her opinion Cyirii TreCant reached tbo fleet with its precious cent. Interest pef annum, negotiable and payable LoiiIhvIUo to Chicago, was not a good "penny worth'' at all. step, and ward ready to help bim unofficially, zire . the They bad met abroad, where sho rrigtit, was so ueiigutod that ho was ready InM.id National Bank or Hustons-Hie- II. AD.IJIS, glad wbjn they could, Ij, to Chicago, "It was most providontial, meethig your to do nny thing to please Trczlre. A mau r mnlfA n nnnnrh nf lilm tnr It tnii ntrfc was just starting for Alexandria. of her economies to travel without a cotir- - I friend," said Mrs. Lano, with a slh of re ImliitiiiipollH to Chlcngo. ler, and utilize any fool who ottered himself lief, as they wero onco more whirled nlong and bo willingly gavo him and his frlouds a in the train f r Milan nud Venice. passage on board. For Trezlro was now instead. Back in London it was altogether "Ho Is a bound to Egypt, too. Tolographlo instruc"Yes," replied Trezire, THROUGH TIME TABLE another affair. Mrs. Lane bad made inJ. 0TTENHEIMER, quiries and had C3ine to the conclusion good fellow, the consul, always ready to tions had met him, entrusting bim with a VlaLouliTllle: fresh mission, which he also carried trithat Mr. Trezlro was by no means an eligi- holp a chum." Crab Orchard, Ky. "No doubt," said Mrs. Lane, who was umphantly through. Indeed, from this ble parti. He was a gentleman, nil officer. m 44 a m I 7 40 LTr. LouIstIII. more and more impresed with tho time bis progress was raniJ, H is now a S 30 p m I S 20 a ui nnd all that; but be was poor, and without Arr. 8 20 p in I S 00 a nt Chicago..... particular honor in bis profession. No; he uuvuiiiaei oi traveling vim so imiioruini , colonel, a C !., aud is constantly on tho "It is indeol, stiff. Ha has. too. n xtvodt wlfn. with n was not Mrs. Lane's money's worth, and, a i soilage as Mr. Trezire. OHIO Via Cincinnati R. W comfortable ineamo of her own, and n hoping to nip nil foolishness in the bud, she fortunate that wo met you. Hut for you- -" iws 4.1 p wouia probably havo been sont to , mother-in-lalou who bellevoi that sho has nt . 17 30 a ui t forbade him the bouse. in Clnclunatl Lt. Indianapolis..., 12 4J p m f It 30 p in The Direct Itoute to " Finding Milllcent still hankered after tho goal. Well, there are no more custom- - last investo I in a goal ponuy worth. S20pm 6 M a ta Arr. Chicago houses till you get to Alexandria." AND soldier, Mrs. Lane decided to break up her Grant and Ills Stair. "And if there were," said Milllcent. gratehou$e In Berkeley square and winter abroad. tDallyeicept Sunday. Dally. Proprietor i Determined tnat fully, "wo know you would gat us through IW. A. Croffut's Letter. The news that tho Lanes were just startiShall be second to no uouniry ! He sure your tickets read sla the To my inquiry about the labors cf Orant's ng, via BrlndUl, for Ejypt, proyed greatly them, or any other trouble." ! Xorthwrst and Southwrat by the way of XUlOl in tno oiaio m ii Trezire answered gaily, for bis heart was stair, Gen. Horaco Porter said: on Trezire'.s spirits. )Pointmenti, or light and almost freo from care. The worst "Grant never dictated his orders; ho alis the matlook very glum. "You Waat LOUISVILLE tlcn to Comfort of ter with youP asked a soldier friond, who part of his journey was over. They would ways wrote them with his own band In a (L. K. A. A C. U'yl as It l tli qulcknt. the belt their Quesu. bo at Venice boforo nightfall, and he hoped manifold book ho bad. When one of tho and most direct line to Chicago and otnts was just then private secretary to a great In the Korthwt si. It , stall would say, 'Let mo write that out, mill at tho war office, deep in all the secrets to go straight oa tho P. &. O. Steamer. XIUlLlb and and from I be de uuki Tickets Tla the Monou I touts on sale at all prin- drrct connection atlirlll pointsCincinnati Ught- was to start the same ovonlng for Brlndlsl, general,' ho would docline, faying: "No; of government policy. Ihoao with the Npeelal eeoomod.t oas cipal ticket offli e. For rates, maps and lull In of enar.. was to this order may involve tho lives of thou-- I where the admiral's dispatch-boa- t "I want to go to Ejypt for very particular addrcas Commercial Traselers. The ar will formation, to Louis and all points West. meet him. tands of men, aud if there is any mistake alrTars supplied with U choicest roasons at once." WM. S. HALDWIS.O V A , Cblcigo. Tho train reached Venice in good tlm, mado on account of tbo wordingof it I must A. J.O T.EU.LY, O. 8. A., LuultTllle. brands of Llqaort and Cltars. n'7 from TTniiro natftotsULoult, being or Clncln. "Doyouf By Jovel I can help you, I two hours think part of the way, at any rate. You leaving them a couple of hours to spare for bear tho responsibility.' His powers of conquicker than any other line, gls log our ptueogers He could time for meals and tint choice of remain at the club for the next half hour. I transferrin themselves and their baggage, centration were vory great. lo trains dare say I shall have something to tell you by a gondola, to the big steamsr in the la- write just as readily nnd clearly with a DUO RY, golcg Weal. CHESAPEAKE room full of people talking, laughing, jokby then to your advantage, as they say in goon. To Omaha and All wctild have gono well, but for this ing and telling stories as if he were alone. 12 the advertisements." 1 than by any baggage. Tbo bulk of it was qnlckly col- In fact a racket seemod to stimulate bim to Ine going by way of Chicago. Only Line Tla Within tho half hour Trezlro received a lected, but ono fatal bonnot-bo- x of Mrs. J better effort. No noiso could distract him letter. or turn him from bis subject. His mind "Come over at once," it ran; "the chief Lane's had gone astray. "It can bo sont to you, Mrs. Lino," said seotnel, like Nucleoli's, to bo constructed to wants to sea you. Don't lose a moment." Danville, Ky. Baltimore, Philadelphia and Nerr Trczlw, rather crossly, after search had on tho principle of that patent bureau, of Offlco on 4th St., "Co. Mnrgh tolls mo that you are Always makea to undertake a long journey," said tho been made high and low, but in vain, for he which, if one drawer was opouod, tho others York City, great man when Trez're was ushered before saw to his disgust that the tlms was slipping wero always i wiiii tuaoLuit ay. ins journey iiati been calculated ex Innuirmz a?ain what tlm ntnfr fnnml to bim. "When can you start?'' FiNiulii If hn lost the steamer at Venico tho do If Grant did so much of the work him- - PileH "Now; if you only give me time to get a actly. eil. With all Libra at fow thing from my lodgings in Piccadilly," whole of his plans would be upot, and self Gen. Porter repllod: Only Hue Tla j there was no knowing how ho would be able "Oh, yes we bad plenty to do, I assure was the prompt reply. 8t. Lonii and Intermediate Fointi Illclininml, Old Point Comfort (HrRClft you. There were twelve of us, nnd wo were "It is only fair to tell you exactly what to get on. "Send them to mel No, no, I will nevor given great discretion with regard to emer- No Knifo, Lignturo or Caustio Hotel) nud Newport Notts, we want vou to da Wo wish you to take 2Vo -VoOiiiullMiHTrHUrf' gencies when wo could not consult bim. As Usod. charge cf a rather bulky parcel as far as trust them to do that" fci-n- ! In conncc Ion with Old Dojlnbu Btesuiblpi to "Perhaps it will be best for ma to go on a rule each of us carried bis orders to a certhe British tleet All your expenses shall nboad. I dare say I can porsuado tho cap1m pall handsomely, but we cannot actain part of tho field, and be triod to make Connection, made In Union Depot, Bt. fxnla tain of tho steamer to wait half an hour." us so thoroughly familiar with bis plans and knowledge you as our agent" with trains of linas going Weal, Northwest ana No Detention Trom "What! Dasert us in this difficulty! Oh. purposes that ho could trust us to carry Treatment Mild. ooutbwfsit "A tecret mission, in fact!"' And Merchants and Miners Steamship Line to Businesr. m going Vfmixo any point, call on "Exceedingly secret. I will be plain with Mr. Trozlre, it would bo mean," said Milll- them out For Instance, If an emergoncy to the undrrslgued. you. We have beard from the Heat that cent. occurred In any part ot the lino requiring For lull and reliable Information In regard to After this Trez're had no alternativo but instant action, and ho could not bo consulted they are short of dynamite, anlltmay be Land, Ac, In the Western nlatra, Map, Uulde, Through Trains frtm Winchester, Ky., to Xo to stay. and lowest iclal ratra lor Tlckrta and HouwhoM in time, wo were authorized to Issue orders Care Certain nnd Permanent. necessary to force the pas-ag- e of the DarUoodi to all points West call nn or addrrt, everything bappmed as he had to division and corps commanders and And danelles. There is uo time, you understand, KANAWHA FALLS, Cure, Xo Pnj. (f. II. ALbOI'. to (end out n parcel by soa, as thestull must feared: for, although be took n gondola, tign his name to thorn. H nevor raitecger Ag't Ohio A Ulutulppl lUllwsr, WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS roach the admiral within the next week, with two strong rowers, thoy could not do wont back on us, either Sometimes between the station and he superseded or modified our orders, but 1 W.W.PEAHODY. And other Famous Vlulnla Hrrlcgi and Heaiure and, therefore, it must be overland. What the dlstinco Itetorts. Danielli's in timo to catch the mail. do you ayl" nover heard of his blaming any momber of 8pecial Attention also Given to ChronTrezire was in despair. Tbo ladies, too, 1.1s staff for using unwisely the authority "I should have to take it as part cf my ic Kidney & Bladder Troubles, Huntln;, Hiding, llitlilng and all kinds of reCln.lnnatl.Ohlo wero rather unhappy. Milllcent, because with which bo had clothed us. You see baggage, I presume, in an ordinary portcreation for the tourist, lnralld or ,ortiiuan. , sho saw her lover was so put out, whHo Mrs. rome such arrangement was nocessary, for This line runs throiwh thn Alleghany Mounmanteau, amongst my shirts." on banks ol beautiful rlTersand termiAs well as all Diseases peculiar to Women. "Precisely. As private baggage, entirely Lino was thinking regretfully of certain our lino of battle was thirty miles long. ....,. n.n.i..., Tin. v. nn Iia consulted freo tains, oa the nates rooms at Cairo, and of tbo week's rent shs Each of us had ten or twolvo orderlies, and, on your own account. You quite underKENTOGKY CENTHHL office at all SEA NIIORE. and would have to pay for nothing. However, of course, wo sont back bulletins to Grant as of rbaro tne will bo lound at his stand nexi inree niomni, times Iv,r ObserTallon Cars on Day Train,. Ilegular 'flrit- . 'I think so. If nn expksion occurred and thsy all went to Danielli's tor tho night, often as possible. He was a man of great By neriulsslon he refors to the lollowln? r an all nn te claia lltketa good far '1 survived, which is hardly probable, I wjcre Tresire left them to put In practice a ingenuity and resources. Ho adapted his without extra eipne. Kor full Informa8. lioiley, (!. A. Uekey, H. jrwln, "illtioGra.sH ICotKc." V . tion, rates at Hotels, aiislrsla of Spring,, should be banged; If only discovered with Cress combination be bad arranged, with methods to American warfare. Tho notion Stanford, Ky.: Judge (J. K. Lee, Tom Murphy, Tcmjie, John M. Spoonatnore, Sim Cook, Din. l'ullmanblefi'lngCarsracc, Tickets, Ac, call on Shortest and Qaiokeat Route from Oen that Grant was a crude and clunny fighter, P. Ky.; tbc dynamite, I tdiould go to so mo foreign tho hope of overcoming his unploasant ,.... J. A. lioiilc, HuitonTllIe; H. O. rllle. . tral Kentuoky to all Points North, jail. I too the dangers, sir, nnd am quite or, at bis onemlos called him, a Hammerer, Sutton, J. 8. ltoblnion, Uncatter. Ky.: Thoj. B. oraddrraa w. II. llll 184.108.40.206, W. B. McIlOBKRTd, Ho had ascortainaJ at tlia hotel that a tucceoding not by Cnosso but by brutal Walker, C. C. Chrlsman. KlrksTllle, Ky.; J. 8. East, West and 8outhwo8t. prepare! to face them but on on? condiTrar. i'aMwtcr Agt Agetil, Ticket IxiuliTllIe, Ky. (lanforJ, Ky. one of the Austrian Lloyd's, was pounding on ono (pot, Is n fata one. It Johnson, BryantsTlIle. Ky.; J 1. Daniel, Fast Lino Between tion that I am to havd a stair appointment Lew-I- s. w. O, W. NSI1TII. Ky.; (i. J, lioiley, Lebanon, Ky.,Oeo. ii. Oeti'l Psu'r Ac1: LEXIXGTOX A t start the next morning, via Trioste, for probably originated in tho fnut that his in the very next campaign." c'flmpbellsTllle, Kr.j A. A. McOInnls, Howllnn Usn'l Manaitar, The general readily compiled with Patra s, In Greece. Ho dotermfnod to go on qualities generally kons more brilliantly in Ororn. Ky.; Geo. Bohou, Judge J. Y Hughes, Illchmn"'' Vlnrlnla. Schedule In Effect May 10. ItlS. n.(l. EDWAHD3. tho condition, nnl that night Trezire ly this alone, feeling that tho companionShumate, Mc Alee, Ky. tho presence of tho onoiny." Harrodsburg, Ai;vnt. Cincinnati, O Uen'J Wr,tprn "Wo. . tho Lines, however delightful, was He was Ko". seated in the mall train for ship of SOUTIJ.Bocxd, Why tho tho Cavnlry Cau't Catcli. Paris. Hii Lagjnge, amongst it being embarratsleg, and threatened to Interfere Ex. Hun. Dally Kx. eun s Chicajo HernM. mis-iothe )Mrtmouteau containing tin danwith the succo-- of his A. gerous explosive, was rogisterej through to A sergeant of cavalry on active sorvice That night ho wired to tho commander of 8 10 a m 8 10 nu 2 UO Lv. kr'agton ntn , 10 ti a in In iK HP R M t, m Arr. Paris. Turin. One part only of his" compromising tho despatch-boatwhich was waiting nt in Arizona against tho Indians tries to an"Lexington fi J p m II VJ pn. 8 10 p UJ cargo hi retained in his possession. TUeso Brindlsl, and bogged him to reply to swer the inquiry, "Why don't tbo United THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I.TB. pari, 11 !M were tho detonators delicate pieces of maHilton Atlanta VoHtlllulioo ui 10 31 p in S IS n in stating whether he could moot him nt States troops catch tho raiding ApachosP lnchester ... Ii 20 p m 11 00 p m C lo i, m Ileh.u we band you n letter Arr. And the LculsTllle chinery, which, wrapped up in cotton wool, i'atras If tho nn3wer was in tho negative, 11) toys the Indians havo from live to sjven 2 00 p in " Ulchuinnd 7 2J nn were carefully picked in the center of his Trezire memt, on arrival at Patra3, to work good saddle hor os oach. Tao eoldlorsaro from a grateful hoart, which was ent lo and pub' Ijtncaster 80 ti m Courier-Journ- al dressing-ba" ltowland 6 4'ipml and this bag ho kept in bis his way tj Athens, nnd thence, by the compelled to follow with ono horo each, In the Vanalystlue, Texas. Knttrirui, with.......T lished loaded down with blanket, ovorcoat, two own bauds aud uuder his own eye. flraijs, to Besika lay. 2 05 p m out f.ur knowlcdo or Killcltntlon, and we desire Ltc. Jllchiuond One year for only 83 two pipers for little jwrei sldo linos, noso-baArriving in Paris soon after daylight, ho 3 31 p m columns. He was up'.vith the lark, nni on board, canteens, lariat, plckst-piu- , Arr. I. t j give It publicity through your more than the price of one. " Llvlngiton .. jlj'laju currycimb and brush, sometimes four transferred hlmo!f from tho Unre du Nurd nnxiously counting tho moments till Eitt'justlu V.utrettt Krvru Suffer to tho Goro Uu Lyon. H was in exoelbnt im when n woman's voico bailed tho to six day's rations, n pannikin, tin cup and By usM No. II No, S No. I timtt for tho through mail train, and be met Archduke Albert, as th3 Austrian steamsr numerous other little traps that aro of no your rnylugpaper you will rtcelro l,for ono year hm iruiiifilt trfo Seen Tlilnto the with the homo Jteml It Ciirefullu at the stntfen, quite by accident, of course, was callel. Trezlro looked ovor tho bul- use, but always in thu way. reprcseniatlrenewtpapor of tho South, democratmitt tri'tl. mi otllcUl from the British cmbnssy, who wark, and haw Mrs. and MUs Lano In a gonThen comes the gun and flold bolt, with ic and for a tariff for revenue only, nnd the host, Lto. l.iTlngton....i 3 00 a ml " ?r helped him merely out of personal friend- dola, with nil their bnjjgage nlong-ido- . fifty rounds of cartridges, with 109 more In brightest and ablest family weekly in the United 10 a m ; Moravian Fall, K C, Nov. JJ, 18nt. Htatee. Thoe who desire to examine a sample Arr. Itlchu.ond ...l n i, lu ship to secure a compartment to himself. 'Oh. Mr. TrezireP said Mrs. Lino, re- the saddle pockets, then the pistol nnd belt, copy of tho Courier-Journ"An ounteof proTrntlon Is Ma. Kkitoh can do so at this cttlft. Lvo. Itiwlaul 7 In a m". Trezlro first mado himself comfortable, aud proachfully, "to think of your giving us the with twenty-fcu- r phtol cartridges. "Weigh ltter than a pound of cure," and a pound " Lmojitor 8 M a in!.., ol cure Is better than n ship load of arguthen kopt n sharp lookout for tho Lanes, slip!" n man with all this," says thu sergoaut, a?B Air. Itlchiittod -, qj a ,u , In jour columns. I aw some tlito ! E't&iasS ment 7Twliom he knew wero to go on by that train "I was not sure you would ciro to travel "and then turn him loo-after nn Indian ago nu adTertlirment of a iiiedltluo called Lve. Itlcbiuond fl oj a m 1 26 p in They .wore late; Mr. Lane had been hag. my way," ssli Trezire. pony, w ith a shell of a saddle, a gun and I'emale Itegulator and thn won llrailHeld'a Arr. Winchester.... 7 0J a ra - 2S a mi" ! Z. ilerfui results (rout Its use; nnd as my wllo Cling ovor her bill nt the hotel, aud it was No suspicion of tho roundabout route she ammunition, aud an almoit undo buck, and 8 03 a m 3 18 a m .. Arr I'arls c 5 : O bad been a sunVror and mi lnralld fur nr. nut easy for them to find places in tho sho wr.g now following cross)d Mrs. Line'-- , s;o which wins in the raco of ."JO milos, to a 7 Lto. Lexington a ml t so p mi 2 80 pm VKtns from prolapsus aud conge,-lio- n already crowded train. Trezire at onco mind tdl they were approaching Trieste. siy nothing of tho buck's'reniounts and perLve 1'arii of the womb and palnlul menitrntion c: tiogoo.1,1 was Arr. Covington . wont to their recue. 00 p m 6 B3 ptn Nor oven than would she lmvj known had fect knowledge of tbo country. ll80ji and Hip doctors could do her Hi H persuaded to try the rcuieuy. so I sent lor "But what brings you here!1 asked Mrs. it not occurred to bar to ask wlnn they m 5 71 A Slovablo Hotel Mirror. S3- two bottles, and the result was shelmprov. " lii.o, with some suspicion, when ho were due at Brlndlsl, an! whether they MVYSVIMi: HHANCII. ed so much that I sent for another package New York Letter. her. were likely to overtake the P. & O. mall. f." ami she Is now able to do her boimbold w f. J $ I observod that, in tho parlor of a hotel, a "I'm en routs to Turin nnd Venice, first "Wo are not going to Brlndlsl at all," said work and goes about wherever she pluses ho. 31, Tfo. sT" mirror did not rest Hut against lam conllJent she Is permanmlly cured. Ir m T) ufter that, I don't know, I am on a special Trez.re. "I thought, of course, you know L Dally sent for a lot ol thls.nooderlul remalelleg-utatothe wall, but was set out ubjut an Inch nt Ex. Bun. Ex. Hun. mission." when you en mo on board." that to sill, and every lolt!e that I havo Taking dispatches to Constantinople; or i,r liia clven coiiiiilite tatlslaction. "I left it all to you, never supposing for a ono sldu. Bits of wood behind that odgo Lto CoTlngton.,,., 2 00 p m provod that tho poiltla--i of tho glas was " U'Xlngton .... to tho Biitlsh admiral, pirhaps, .in Usslka minute that you could lead us nstray," and the results aro In every case all tLat 7 23 a m 4 S.1 p m Efa tu.j iT H " I'arls could bcdfsireil. intentional, nnd I asked for an explanation. 8 20 a in 6 23 p ni Mipgostod Mlllicont. I tho good lady, with tho greato.tcon-illenebay" Arr Mayivllln,... m x rn S' VI .1 With thanks to the Enteral tit. which 10 40 a m 7 30 p "That was done in order to get more wear m "Posslolv. Or jewels for the sultau's lint d "An I where, thon, might we bo railed my attention lo It and to tho EiS; c; s cSLS out of tho carpet," was tLo reply. "Ninefavorite u present from tho queen." lUgulstor Co., the proprietors of this Ha. ii "NoTflT golngl' rj " ki ? 73 Dally grtat boon, 1 aw gr.lofully yours, "Which you have in that dressing-baDally "To Trloite first, and than to Patras, In teen w iinen in twenty can not rem Ja tl t UA I IS 'A bx. Hun. Ex. bun temptation of getting n you nr- - so careful of," cried quick-witted Greoce a very pretty place, I believe; you sist tbo p, B. You can publish this or not, ai -- O relbctlon of themielvos; and that Mrs. Iine, drawing her own conclu-ions- . Lto MsysTllle may like to fee it," .1 S 43 a m ; m 00 pm you see lit, but lor the lienent o I women, I ' po give it me to put my Arr I'arls o IU H m ii ij p in on." "How long shall wo havo to wait boforo Is especially true in a summer hotel, liopo you will. C3 s:-'-" it " Islington J 10 a w, where tho guests' rooms aro not furnlshod 10 pm Trezlro protested, but Mm. Lino woulJ we got on to AloxandrlaP Anyone whodoubtstuegenulDciKaioftlieaboTO 'mdm fc- S-vj 3 " CiTlngton ... II aoa m C 00 nm have tho bag, and kopt it as a footstool fcr "I doubt If you will bo ublo to get on to with largo mirror'. As they walk through can write to Mr. Dal, who will give, nil purlieu i B mQ -- h this parlor, they aro pretty sure to so arthe rest of tho day, llttlo dreaming what It Egypt ot all from Patras. There is no reguI are. ana NoKn.-Tra- lii3 and 4 aro dnlly between Win. range tholr routo ns to face their thadows contained. s 50 chisier. Lexington and lar communication." In tho glass at least a part of the way. Seed lor cur Itfik coulalnlug v.lmiile Infjrma-Io- n arxdilly except Sunday. Covington; other tra ne m On reaching Turin in tho early morning, "Thon, why on earth are we going there? . m Train No. runs via Lexington and Pari, n. for women. It will be nulled free to appll- Tmzir made tho bag his first care, and What do you mean, Mr. Trezlro, by taking That practlco is enough In ono season to not Tla Winchester anJ Paris. woar a path In tbo carpet So, at tho beirj then proceeded to cloar bis heavy baggage, us this svayi' ' '; O Direct conn. rllonsaroiiiBdo at Winchester CaDl,,TIIE BRADFinLD KKtil'l.ATOIt CO., D1 with n M Chessreako A Ohio for Mt. Sterling, Ashland O IV , aul that of the ladles, through tho Indian "You can harlly hold mo responsible. I ginning of each fiummar, we shift tho mirBo.s, Atlanta. Huntington, Charleston, W. Va and ror slightly, and by that device lay out a K S3 ciiitum Uoiisa. clu choso the route to suit myself," For silo by Dlt M L. BOUHSi:, Stanford, Ky. now pathway tho carpet, which The box a. wore laid out upon the counter "That's just like you selfish men; And thereby can bo ncrois to made last years longer." ' goodlv row. Mrs. Lane had n now, pray, what nro wo to do)'' h H r. ilai Mis. Lino loeii nny ono else than lr baskets nt loat; Milllcent ns - O m in." were ovor S.OJO.OO) Inhabitants in Millicont's mother. Trezire would have lot t many mere; nnd thoy quite swnnqxd the Thr STAl.FOKD. KY. T.hrou.h tickets and btggsgn ''ulv'k"i to anv two modest portmanteaus owned by Tro her to get out of her pruaout difficulty, Ireland in 1S15; there nr Uss that 6,000,000 rrached tnan which waj of her own creating, as best feliu now. WALTON, - - Propriotor dcstlnallnnMouai:, by s rallinad. W. P. 8. f. b. idry. On of tbosj latter contained tho w. ii: whittlesev, l jKirotl on which depudol tho young T'"Y-umnnW-ttb IsIji no wleh Jour iinuie i tets ol Scen fllcer1 prtient safety and future reputaeCMiitM Slzo of Stage,'i0x50. Klht E "r a tC.W.SMlfir. h R rr Htn'ou if n candidate 'or l H.W.FUlS;Ny wv. owe if ery, eoaitug oapacuy, inciuuiiig tion. miut vtiu "cnersl Manager, (Jan IUiasounbla r.tes to ijooJ attractions. Addrctf nt Librarian. Tbo vustum house officorj cast bis eyes ti e vii j- OBarelB arrW, 3fim- - eeMnJiiterior Journal ovjr the bjxes critically, nnd selected oni could. PAKM FOR. SALE. LUMBER YARD. 0r SECRET SERVICE. o0-2- .... te ftwvii' offl-co- F0RSALE 7 Tra-xin- ?. nr-riv- nnioiiT "St. Mary's Saw Mills" 29-- tt ri.. rr J, T Proprietor. ic, tiSlEBEBltf ! thatI LUMBER!! , CORDIAL For the BOWELS. I st I SALE OF JiL men-of-wa- I LOGS WANTED. I two-hor- impio-ment- 'as Cluclnuiitl of-w- ar MYERS HOTEL, I will pay the highest price for good, sound Walnut, Cherry and Hickory Logs delivered at any station of the L. &NM K.C. orO. S.K. R. STANFORD. KY. Fropr E. H. BURNSIDE, This Old and woll Known Hotel Still Maintains High Roputation, Iti it ahou 1 I i MISSISSIPPI , 1 , St. Louis & tho West orOIaVI..ATI. " MONON ROUTE, nanlHbeeoaTeiadto 10 Iu1t Dr. E. J. 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